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TransAm Race Bike

This impressive bike was built by Rob of English Cycles to tackle the Trans Am Bike Race, an ultra tough endurance 4.200 miles (6.800 km) bike race across America from west to east, in a transcontinental adventure of epic proportions. The racers rely solely on their fitness, mental fortitude, and meticulously chosen gear. There are no follow vehicles, no support teams, and no outside assistance, you are under your own power. To learn more about this ultra-light road touring bike that frame builder Rob English has built for his attempt at the race, and for more information on how to order your complete bike or frame, head over to his website.



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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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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 180 to 360. 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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Vagabund Honda CB450

One of our favorite custom motorbikes ever is the spectacular BMW R100R by Vagabond Moto. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rabl - the 1972 Honda CB450 K5 Cafe Racer, a build developed in line with a brief of clean lines and a minimalist finish, with everything deemed as unnecessary being removed. After being stripped bare, the bike was fitted with a wheel hugger style number plate moun...
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