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Slammer Bagger | Custom Honda Vt 1300

The research and development departments of North American Honda unveiled three concept bikes that show that the VT 1300 range can be used as a basis for Americans to create new custom bikes. The "Slammer" (featured here) is sleek and incorporates a fully adjustable suspension, plus navigation system NAV/Multimedia sound system with 500 watts. The 2011 Honda Stateline Slammer Bagger Concept was designed by Erik Dunshee. Via



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REARVIZ

RearViz is an innovative Rear Vision Mirror, designed for the commuter, the athlete and the weekend adventurer. Itís effectively a wristband with a weather resistant collapsible convex mirror mounted on the arm, using an adjustable armband to keep in place. Because RearViz is mounted on the arm(the widest part of the body), it gives you the most rearward vision, plus it wonít vibrate or lose its positioning....
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MINIROCKET IGLOW | MINI PUMP & SAFETY LIGHT | Image

MINIROCKET IGLOW | MINI PUMP & SAFETY LIGHT

Another great cycling product by Topeak. Winner of the reddot design award, the MiniRocket iGlow is a micro-sized mini pump with Integral Glow (iGlow) technology for added safety at night and during low visibility conditions. The MiniRocket mounts and dismounts easily to the seatpost or seatstay and has a on-off button. You can get it in Europe here...
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BIKE SPIKES | BY CESAR VAN RONGEN | Image

BIKE SPIKES | BY CESAR VAN RONGEN

Innovative product by Dutch designer Cesar Van Rongen, the bike spikes are the equivalent of snow chains but for bicycles. Riding in snowy conditions and ice is not an easy task, with this in mind Cesar created these bike spikes. They are made of six flexible parts that attach together with a metal wire in order to tighten onto the bike wheel. They can be placed and removed very quickly, and when not in need can be folded into a small compact bag. Watch ...
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