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P120 Fighter | By Confederate Motorcycles

This is a beast of a bike, the Combat Fighter has an aircraft-grade aluminum chassis and is driven by a huge V-twin, 160 horsepower engine. This monstrosity has a  torque of 135 ft. lbs. at the rear wheel, making it more powerful than the Yamaha V-Max. Other Confederate bikes we have featured: B120 Wraith, Hellcat combat. Photos by Basem Wasef



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Wellen Interior
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IBERT SAFE-T SEAT

Let your child have a better view than your backside! Unlike other bike seats or trailers, your child rides at the back, this front-mounted design allows you to safely load and unload your child. The iBert gives you a better center of gravity and makes it easier to interact with your child. ...
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BROOKLYN CRUISER

Bike commuting is rising every year, there are many bicycle options, but none as stylish as the Brooklyn Cruiser. The retro city bike is inspired by vintage bicycles of the Far East and Europe and is both stylish and comfortable. Modern features include no-slip pedals, luxe leather saddles and grips, and internal gearing. You can also purchase a handcrafted wooden bike crate($79.99) to carry your beer(not to work obviously). You can purchase a Brooklyn Cruiser fr...
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FLAT FREE BICYCLE TIRES

Never deal with flat tires on your bicycle again! The innovative Nexo and Ever Tires allow you to pedal forever without the fear of a flat. No air, no liners, just genius design. The airless tire promises to deliver a smooth ride that rivals an inflated tire, and, it is expected to last for up to 5,000 miles as compared to approximately 3,000 miles for a standard high-end rubber bicycle tire. Two styles are available, the "Ever Tires" - with a series of holes that h...
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