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Velonia Viks

Estonian bicycle brand Velonia introduces the Viks, an urban commuter bike with a striking design and uniquely shaped frame. Thanks to its unique construction with two identical steel tubes that are joined together in the front of the bike, there is no need for a seat tube, and, not only does it look awesome, it weighs only 10 pounds! Until recently, the Viks was still in prototype phase, but the first cycle can now be ordered through their website. The stainless steel piece of art is available in fixed gear or with coaster brakes, you can also pick the size and color.



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Honda CT125 Hunter Cub

The Honda Cub is one of the most produced and most iconic bikes in history, now Honda have  introduced the Hunter Cub, an outdoors-y spinoff of the Super Cub we already know and love. The cool ride shares much in common with the Super Cub C125, but with the chassis modified for better off-road use, and also adds some extra fuel capacity, suspension travel, a high-mount exhaust, and additional protection for the engine. The Hunter also receives a set of wire spo...
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THE SEA DART

The Sea Dart is a beautiful canoe-kayak hybrid by Escobedo Boat Works, and available online via No. 4 St. James. Built from Joubert Okoume marine plywood that´s sourced from France, the sleek boat is tough enough to paddle in swift currents or light surf, yet weighs less than fifty-five pounds, so one person can carry it. Whether for a racer looking for speed or a leisure cruiser looking to glide through the water, the Sea Dart is designed with multiple different s...
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VICTOR BIKE

Victor Bike is a concept created by designer Christophe Robillard of Montreal. A great design that stands out by its unique frame. In a very minimalist approach the frame consists of a single tube that is bent to connect to the back wheel. Christophe says: "I created an object which harmonizes with the townscape while respecting the charisma and the dignity of the cyclist: such values I hold dearly."...
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