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Sportsman Flyer | Motorized Bicycles

The Sportsman Flyer Company started not as a business, but as a hobby. Pat Dolan has built and collected cars and bicycles for years and has always wanted to add a motorized bicycle to his collection. He decided to build one, so he developed a series of vintage style parts not available any else. Here we feature one of his creations, the stunning the Racer Model.



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THE BOMB RUNNER | BY ROUGH CRAFTS | Image

THE BOMB RUNNER | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

One of are most popular posts was the "Iron Guerilla" an amazing custom of a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. It was executed to perfection by bike builders in Taiwan called Rough Crafts. After the huge hype of the "Iron Guerilla" they decided to build a series No.2 and with all the upgrades, they named it "The Bomb Runner". The bike is a 2011 Sportster Forty-Eight 1200 and features the same "dark iron" look but it has a different silhouette, higher rear sho...
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ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS | Image

ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS

Ass Savers are practical bicycle mudguards. Made of recycled material, it weighs practically nothing and folds into a stable position under the saddle. Place it at the first sign of rain, eliminating embarrassing stains after a race on a wet track, and when not needed, fold it up and tuck it underneath your saddle. At an affordable price, this is worth considering if you do not have a mudguard on your fixie. watch the video...
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ICON E-FLYER ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

ICON E-FLYER ELECTRIC BIKE

Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks. Recentlly the brand has expanded its focus, and this week has presented a very cool electric bike. The ICON E-Flyer is inspired by the board racers of the World War I era, each is handmade and is equipped with a 3,500 watt Brushless DC Hub-Motor giving it a top speed of 35mph, and a 52v Li-NMC battery pack, good for up to 35 miles of sustained propulsion on a single charge. Limi...
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