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Objects in Mirror Are Losing Decals

The truth is, second place isn't really all that bad. You almost won. You almost finished at the top of your field. If you're Earnhardt, Sr. or one half of shake and bake, second just isn't good enough. If you're not first; you're last. Second place is the first loser. Now there are decals to constantly remind you ... continue reading
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Bitlock Keyless Bike Lock

Do you remember when getting into your car and actually going somewhere required two separate keys? Are we the only ones that remember a time when keyless entry for cars didn't exist? People are going to be asking themselves similar questions in a few years once everyone is using keyless entry systems for their bike ... continue reading
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Nice Laundry Sock Drawer Makeover SPONSORED

After Nice Laundry launched their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, they sold out of things within 24 hours. Now that they're are back in stock, grab as much as you possibly can before they're long gone. Check out their "Sock Drawer Makeover", which is 18 pairs of fresh, high-quality socks for $99 with free shipping, a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere. Plus, they'll recycle all of your old socks for free--whether you're a Rebel or a Prepster, that's some Spring Cleaning you'll actually do this year. Cool Material readers can receive a special, limited-edition bonus pair with their first order. ... check it out
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2014 BMW R1200 GS Adventure

Since the debut of the new GS last year, it was obvious BMW had something pretty special on their hands. The follow up is the 2014 R1200 GS Adventure and it looks fairly fantastic. Designed to perform on changing terrain, the R1200 GS Adventure sports additional vibration dampening for a smoother ride, a little more ... continue reading
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MOTO Urban Bike Pedal

Anyone who has spent any time on a bike in their life has had the unfortunate pleasure of having a foot slip off the pedals and the resulting shredded up shin. For a better and more stable riding experience, check out these pedals from MOTO Bicycle Innovations. The pedals have all the unnecessary components stripped ... continue reading
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Foldylock Folding Bike Lock

Truthfully, there haven't been many innovations in bike lock technology in a very long time. Plenty of people have tried innovating on the storied chain or U lock, but none have come as close as the people at Foldylock. Foldylock is six hardened steel links that are made of plastic coated, 90cm chain and feature anti-drilling ... continue reading
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Moby1 XTR Trailer

Whether you're going away for a weekend camping trip or packing up shop and never looking back, the Moby1 XTR Teardrop Trailer is the ideal traveling companion. With an extensive array of options and add-ons, you can build one exactly how you want. Choose from things like a rooftop tent, a hot water heater with sinks ... continue reading
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PureFix Glow

Whether you like riding at night or maybe just scaring the crap out of pedestrians, L.A. based PureFix has you covered with their Glow line of fixies. Available in four different configurations, the Glow models are sprayed with a solar activated paint. Just leave it in the sun for an hour and the sucker will glow for ... continue reading
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Moby1 C2 Trailer

We know it looks awesome, but there are some downsides to making your motorcycle your main ride. For as great as you'll look and regardless of how many pairs of panties just get randomly thrown into your helmet's mask, toting around a lot of stuff is damn near impossible. The Moby1 C2 Compact/Cycle Teardrop Trailer ... continue reading
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Bern Allston Helmet

The primary purpose of a bike helmet is obviously to keep your brain where it belongs, but that doesn't mean it can't do that and keep you looking good at the same time. Bern has been making great looking, protective helmets for everything but cyclists for a while. They've finally released a cycling specific helmet ... continue reading
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The Handleband

The Handleband is one of the first bike accessory mounts that we've seen that'd we actually probably use. Attach it to your bike (foot or engine powered). Set your phone on top of it, and then wrap the band around your phone. That's it. It's that easy. Now you can have access to maps, sweet jams, the light on your ... continue reading
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Closca Collapsible Bike Helmet

We'll be the first to admit that we do stupid stuff on a regular basis, but one of the things we refuse to do is skip the bike helmet. They might not be the coolest accessories in your collection off the shelf, but messing up your sweet coif is an easy price to pay in exchange for having an intact skull. They're also ... continue reading
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The Growler City Bike

It's been a while since we were generally taken aback by a bicycle. Joey Ruiter's Growler City Bike concept is mind-blowingly cool. The entire bike came into being when Ruiter set out to build a bike around a growler from a local pub. 29er fat wheel set, monarch springer front end, two speed internal kickback hub and ... continue reading
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Scrooser

Described as "the Harley Davidson for the sidewalk," the Scrooser might not be quite as badass as a Softail, but it is pretty sweet. Based on a classic scooter design, the Scrooser adds a bit of an edge with some fat tires and an aluminum frame. It's loaded with a 1000w motor that lets you cruise at speeds of up to ... continue reading
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Growler Cage

Cup holders aren't really conducive to growlers. It makes traveling with 64 ounces of some fresh brew a tad annoying. What's even more challenging? Transporting that beer while you're riding your bike. The Growler Cage will make sure your fresh-from-the-tap beverage makes it home safely when you're riding your two-wheeler. ... continue reading
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Brooks Cambium Bike Saddle

When it comes to bike seats, there's Brooks and everyone else. They're so excellently constructed that calling them "bike seats" is downright inappropriate. Their latest advance in protecting your posterior from your seat post is the Cambium, and their claim that it's "a new generation of saddles" isn't unwarranted. ... continue reading
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