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Strida Foldable Bike

Strida bicycles have been around for a while, winner of numerous awards, the first version was launched back in 87, and since then has evolved and been improved into today´s modern version. The triangle shape folding bike is ideally suited for commuting, it opens and folds in less than 10 seconds so you can bring it on a subway or bus, it´s also the worlds lightest folding production bike and can easily be rolled when folded. Also available from amazon



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BENCHMARK VEHICLES

Planning a sabbatical or retirement road trip across Europe or the Americas? Portland-based Benchmark Vehicles will provide you with the ultimate escape vessel. The company specialises in building vicious-looking off-road adventure vans like the one featured below. This is the ultimate adventure van, each build is a result of superior workmanship, with every detail unique to the individual customer. So whether you are a weekend warrior, or want to give up the rat ra...
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Ta+Too Saddle

Ta+Too is an innovative saddle that goes with you when you lock your bike, preventing theft or damage from the elements. The modular saddle features a removable top that attaches to the base with a clip system, and locks into place with a security key. It can be removed with one easy click to take with you. No more worries about theft, vandalism, or the elements. You can also customize your saddle for a little individualism, choose from a variety of colors and patte...
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DEUS MONO SR542 MOTORCYCLE

Deus is a completely different kind of motorcycle company. While focussing on the design and construction of custom motorcycles, Deus promotes and celebrates a custom motorcycle culture that first appeared in Europe and America in the 1940s which has recently been revived by groups of young enthusiasts in Japan, America and Australia....
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