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Xfire Bike Lane Safety Light

This is a must have if you cycle at night, the "XFire Bike Lane Safety Light" is an essential safety aid. The revolutionary device beams two highly visible red lasers to create a visual barrier around your bike. This clearly outlines your virtual bike lane alerting passing drivers of your presence. source



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LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI | Image

LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI

Narifari are a small Japanese company that sell fashionable cycling gear. These technically advanced and stylish leather gloves have been fully optimized for cycling, they feature stretchy fingers for breaking, a cut on the wrist for easily checking your watch, and conductive material on the fingertips, for using your smartphone without removing the gloves. Plus they are waterproof....
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Capacita Cargo E-Bike

The new Capacita Cargo E-Bike by Pure Cycles is a nice option should you be on the market for something more than a simple e-bike for commuting. In fact it adds some cool features that set it apart from its main competitors and brings some cool features practicality wise. Capacita has two main cargo possibilities a large basket at the front and an extended rear rack that’s able to handle up to around 180lb, so we know this bike means business (you may carry your k...
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DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS | Image

DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS

Venier Customs are an Italian based studio that customize motorcycles. Their intent is to simplify and remove all the cheap and unnecessary parts from mass produced motorbikes. Their bikes are restored, redesigned and rebuilt using top quality parts while keeping the structure of the bike intact. Their latest creation is the stunning Diabola V35 C, the result of a  redesign based on a Moto Guzzi V 35 C from the eighties....
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