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Trek 1120 Touring Bike

Trek Bikes have presented the 1120, a touring bike with unlimited off-road capability. The 1120 is a back country expedition bicycle, complete with a proprietary aluminum rack system for you to strap, buckle or clip your bags or panniers onto with ease, and tackle your bikepacking adventure. Built to take on any adventure, the rugged touring bike features 29+ tires that roll fast and deliver extraordinary traction, even when the terrain gets rough, a Wide-range 1x drivetrain, plus smart, secure packing options, thoughtfully designed racks, and mountain-ready specs that make it the ideal tool for your wildest adventures. watch the video below



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WOOD HANDLEBARS | BY DEER RUNNER | Image

WOOD HANDLEBARS | BY DEER RUNNER

Deer Runner is a recent startup from London, England. They produce designer cycling goods and accessories, these sleek Thick Oak Wood Handlebars really caught our attention. The handlebars are hand crafted from plied oak and are oil treated for weather protection. The handlebars can be custom ordered to fit your bike stem, contact Deer Runner on their website....
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LAGER BIKE | BY SEBIKES

We were recently told about Sebikes, we had a look at their website and the single speed "Lager Bike" caught our eye. We loved the minimalist feel of the white model. The stylish bike comes with high profile double wall rims wrapped in 28C Vittoria/Randonneur tires and a seat with bottle opener.   ...
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OXBOARD

Oxboard is like a Segway without armrests, looks much cooler, and is much easier to carry and store. Developed by a Dutch company, Oxboard combines the technology of Segway and the cool of the skateboard culture, it is easy to ride and extremely agile. The two-wheel electric vehicle is operated with your feet and subtle body shifts, you can move forward, backward, make turns and even rotate 360 ​​degrees around your axis. It contains enough energy after ...
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