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U-lock Holster | By Trakke

Trakke is a recent brand from Glasgow, all their products(bags, apparel, accessories) are handmade in the UK. Their cool U-Lock Holster allows the user to lock a bike with ninja-like speed. The Holster attaches to your belt, keeping your U-Lock accessible and secure while riding. It also features a handy d-ring for attaching your u-lock keys.



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JAMES PERSE CRUISER | LIMITED EDITION | Image

JAMES PERSE CRUISER | LIMITED EDITION

Originally popularized in the 50s and 60s, the Beach Cruiser is known for its style and tires that handle well in the sand. Its shape and functionality has become a basic accessory in Southern California. Combining a vintage style with a modern look,  James Perse Cruiser blends comfort and elegance. Each James Perse Cruiser is specially designed and includes a number of limited edition series....
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Jeep Five-Quarter | Image

Jeep Five-Quarter

For the 53rd annual off-road fan fest in Moab, Utah, Jeep has collected a bunch of sweet pickup-truck concepts to celebrate the return of the famous Gladiator pickup truck. But, the star of the show, is the only one not based on a current Gladiator pickup or Wrangler, it is instead this beastly custom based on the 1968 Jeep M715 military truck. The Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter started out as a Craigslist purchase, which was stripped to the bare bones, keeping all the cla...
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1971 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER | Image

1971 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER

Ebay have listed a one of a kind vehicle, a chance to own this remarkably maintained and incredibly equipped FJ40. Made from 1960 until 1984, the Toyota Land Cruiser 40 series is one of the most sought after and desirable off-road vehicles, and Toyota still offers many replacement parts, available through Toyota parts departments worldwide. This is a rare chance to own this 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser with only 90,000 miles, and fully equipped to take you on your off-r...
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