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Polar Plug

Keeping your hands warm in winter is one of the endless battles in cycling. Thankfully there is a new product on Kickstarter that will make you lose those bulky gloves while biking in cold weather. Polar Plugs fit into the two ends of the handlebars, in place of the existing plugs, and with the push of a button, they will heat up to 40 Degrees Celsius (104 Degrees Fahrenheit)! The Polar Plugs are designed to fit all major manufactured bicycles, charge via USB, and are good for 5 hours on a 2-hour charge.



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ARB Slide Kitchen

Imagine the convenience of a fully contained kitchen out the back of your SUV or truck, well now thanks to ARB, their new camp kitchen slides and flips into a gourmet backcountry cook station in only thirty seconds. The ARB Slide Kitchen slides out of the back of your 4WD in a matter of seconds and features a stainless steel benchtop for food prep and camp work, a gas stove, utensils drawer for conveniently storing cooking utensils and kitchen essentials while cooki...
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DAMON HYPERSPORT ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

Damon is a superbike fit for the Transformers universe, it can shapeshift from a comfortable cruiser to an upright commuter to a speedy sportbike, all at the touch of a button. The Damon Hypersport features two electronically-configurable riding positions that move the seat, footpegs, windscreen, and handlebars from tucked-up superbike to upright standard, letting the rider accommodate to different positions and conditions, to suit any type of journey, from start-st...
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AUTOFABRICA TYPE 7

AutoFabrica are undoubtedly one of our favorite names in motorcycle customization. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SRs, and the latest masterpiece to roll out of their London Garage, is the Type 7 Yamaha SR500, truly a triumph for the custom house. The Type 7 Series features two new Yamahas, the Type 7D in metallic black, and the 7E in gloss white. Both beauties started out as 1980-model SR500s, they were completely striped down to their esse...
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