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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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HUSQVARNA SVARTPILEN 701 | Image

HUSQVARNA SVARTPILEN 701

Husqvarna have unveiled the spectacular new Svartpilen 701 model at EICMA 2018 in Milan. With a flat tracker-based minimalist design, the neo-retro bike is powered by a 74bhp four-stroke single-cylinder engine that outputs 53 pound-feet of torque. It also features a unique front headlight mask with a LED headlight, a circular all digital instrument console, switchable Bosch ABS mated to Brembo brakes, an up and down quickshifter and ride-by-wire throttle. Other nota...
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Muli Cargo eBike | Image

Muli Cargo eBike

Cargo bikes are great to haul all your gear (or kids) around, but they can be rather ungainly when used as regular commuters, specially in busy cities. With only 6.4 ft (195cm) long, and a cargo basket that folds in when not in use, the Muli Cargo eBike sets new standards in terms of compactness. It is almost as long as a normal bike, thanks to the small wheels, and the large, 90l cargo basket that can be folded to a width of only 28cm (11 inches). It fits into ever...
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Ducati Panigale V4R | Image

Ducati Panigale V4R

Ducati have unveiled the all-new Panigale V4R, the most powerful production bike in history! The new king of the Panigale range features a 998cc Desmosedici Stradale R engine, capable of producing a whopping 221 horsepower (this figure leaps to 234 ponies with an optional Akrapovic race exhaust system) paired with an equally-impressive 83 foot-pounds of torque, making it the most powerful bike ever in the superbike class. Weighing just 363 lbs, the beastly machine o...
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