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Walt Siegl Dual Sport Ducati

The good-looking L’Avventura Series is a built-to-order adventure bike of the highest caliber. Built by New Hampshire based craftsman Walt Siegl, this gorgeous dual sport Ducati is powered by a 1,100cc L-Twin Ducati engine and features a 6.5 gallon fuel capacity and a sophisticated GPS system for long journeys. Other upgrades include a custom suspension spec´d to your liking, bug eye Hella lamps, and 21-inch front/17-inch rear tire wheel combo with the knobbies of your choice. L’Avventura is built to order to your ergonomics and terrain preferences.



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HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES

This cool little bike was custom built by indonisian Hajarbroxx Motorcycles. Most of the motorbikes available there are under 250cc, so Hajarbroxx specializes in small-engined motorcycles. This bike named KillHill is a customized 1970s CB125, built for a client who wanted an ‘Army Green hill climber’. Classic and vintage bikes are their references, with a little post-apocalyptic twist in the details. Via bikeexif ...
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FIBRE FLARE

Regular bike lights light up brightly in a one primary direction (uni-directional), and generally work well for traffic approaching from behind you, but what about traffic coming from the side and other angles? Meet Fibre Flare, the worlds first truly omni-directional bike light, it allows cyclists to be seen from all angles and directions rather than just from the front or rear. Available from amazon Available in Europe here...
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HELMETLOK

We love riding our bikes, right? But sometimes the helmet can become quite the problem…it´s heavy and not really cool if you want to be hands free to enjoy a walk on the beach or just want to stroll along some park. So Rocky Creed Designs came up with HelmetLok, a simple way to lock your helmet, safely, to your bike, using the handlebars or the frame and without any keys. The HelmetLok uses a combination lock to close, making it easy to use. Fit it into your pocket ...
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