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Spurcycle Compact Bell

Spurcycle have introduced the all-new Spurcycle Compact Bell, a cheaper, lighter and better fitting version of their popular bell. Spurcycle´s original bell has kind of been a benchmark in high-quality, loud bike bells, it features a uniquely engineered hammer, that produces a remarkably loud ring. While the older Spurcycle bells have a clamp width of 22mm, these new compact bells come in with a 9mm clamp footprint, fitting on even the most crowded bars. Skillfully constructed in the USA, the elegant Compact Bell is perfect for your mountain bike or flat-bar commuter.



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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SCRAMBLER | BY FCR

FCR is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in France. The custom build that caught our attention was this Triumph Bonneville Scrambler, equipped with a high mounted exhaust, wide wheels and off-road tires for crossing streams or muddy roads. Great color scheme on this. Head over to the FCR website and check out more of their work. Check out these other Triumph conversions ...
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Earthroamer XV-LTS

Earthroamer are global leaders in Xpedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is the mammoth EarthRoamer XV-LTS, built on a four-wheel drive, turbo diesel, Ford F-550 chassis. The beastly camper boasts a hefty V8 Turbodiesel engine that pairs with a 4-wheel drive system to take you anywhere you want, and live totally independent of e...
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DODGE DEMON

Meet the world’s fastest production car, the mind-blowing 840hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. The impressive muscle car is powered by a supercharged HEMI V8 making 840 hp, and 770 lb-ft of torque with a higher rev limit of 6,500 rpm. The street-legal, drag strip-ready beast, from standstill, will hit 30 mph (48 km/h) in 1 second, 60 mph (97 km/h) in 2.3 seconds and cover the quarter mile in a staggering 9.65 seconds at 140 mph (225 km/h). In addition, it c...
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