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State 6061 Black Label V2

State Bicycle have revamped their iconic 6061 Black Label Line. The State 6061 Black Label V2, proves that it is possible to take something very good and make it great. The V2 is packed full of new features including an aluminum frame with a new tapered headtube that gets paired with a newly designed full-carbon fork from Essor for added stiffness and responsiveness, a lighter wheelset with sealed bearing hubs, 2 handlebars to choose from and a fully CNC´d 144BCD Track Crank with a 48t Chainring. It also comes in four all-new colors, resulting in a contemporary and tasteful street machine.

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Pull-Behind Kayak Cooler | Image

Pull-Behind Kayak Cooler

CreekKooler is the name of this ingenious solution, a tow-behind cooler that follows your boat! A great way to float drinks and ice out to your entire party relaxing on the lake. The floating cooler is shaped like a little boat and navigates behind your kayak or canoe, giving you quick access to beverages, food and ice. A foam filled, plastic hull allows you to keep drinks cold for days, and the 1/8 turn lid allows for dry storage if required. It also includes two t...
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YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS | Image

YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS

Hold Fast Motors is a small workshop run by Andrew Hull from Austin, Minessota. He has done an awesome job turning this 1979 Yamaha XS400 into a Brat/Scrambler hybrid, named "Black & Tan”. Inspired by the knobby tires and the rough look of the Triumph Steve McQueen was riding in the movie "Great Escape", Andrew´s creation went from a brat bike to this cool knobby tired scrambler. source: the bike shed...
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AIRBOARD | BY ARBORTECH | Image

AIRBOARD | BY ARBORTECH

With Airboard, its easy to learn and simple manoeuvres are achieved with just a little practice. By adjusting your balance and changing your weight from one side to the other you can turn from 180º to 360º. It can take you to new heights of extreme fun and you can make it as easy or as difficult to ride as you like....
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