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Bugatti Veyron Sang Bleu Speedboat Concept

Largely inspired and created in tribute to the magnificent Bugatti Grand Sport Sang Bleu. Designed by the young designer Ben Walsh and presented the beautiful blue speedboat the same polished aluminum and royal blue carbon fiber construction of the supercar. Called Bugatti Veyron Sang Bleu Concept Speedboat "and unfortunately still at the concept stage. via Trendhunter



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TRATAR BIKES

Tratar is a small company that handcrafts bicycles in Slovenia in quite an interesting fashion. The beautiful bikes are crafted from top quality, locally sourced Slovenian wood and assembled by hand with biodegradable glue to minimize the productionís environmental footprint. The end result is a construction with no visible joints and thus no weak points. The sleek city bicycles are available in two different specifications on the same frame. The single-speed offers...
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2016 GIFTS FOR THE BIKE COMMUTER

We have rounded up some of our favorite and essential items for the bike commuter. More people everyday are commuting to work on a bicycle, this time we have put together a list of all the tools, gadgets and accessories needed for your safe, comfortable and stylish ride to work. Check out all product descriptions here...
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WOODEN BIKE HANDLEBARS | BY F&Y

"Les Classiques" is a collection of beautifully carved wooden handlebars by design studio F&Y. The Canadian studio is ran by Frédérique Beaubien and Yannic Ryan, they have a huge passion for woodwork and bike rides. Each handlebar is individually handcrafted and made from wood, aluminum and brass. Stylish accessory giving your ride a timeless look. via...
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