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OMATA One | Analog GPS Speedometer

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I’m not one to use GPS computers while riding. And if I do, I use my phone. But the OMATA One is really slick looking, and would be a computer I would carry while riding. Check out their Kickstarter for more information!

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The 8bar MITTE

*bar has launched a Kickstarter to promote their new 3 in 1 Road/Cross/Adventure Bike. Head over and check it out, throw some support their way, and possible get an early bird special.

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StiKK | Urban Bike Light

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100 lumens and a streamline design. I want one of these lights! Check out more HERE!!

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Full windsor, The Breaker Multi Tool

Full Windsor launched a KickStarter for a their new tool, The Breaker. This tool looks dope, so go check it out!!

Featuring a chain breaker with a tool grade stainless steel pin. The Breaker uses the tool bit extender as a handle, giving you the functionality of a workshop chain breaker in a multi tool. A magnetic tool bit slot is located in the tool’s end allowing the tool to be used like a screw driver. The Breaker is compact and fits nicely into a leather and recycled inner tube pouch. The Breaker is cast from stainless steel using a loss wax casting process and then is tool hardened. It is currently Patent Pending.

The tool weighs just 100g/3.5oz and magnetically houses 2 tool bits inside it’s structure. While the full tool pouch weighs just 185g/ 6.5oz.

The Breaker features:
Chain Breaker with tool hardened stainless steel pin (replaceable)
Glass filled nylon tyre lever with a steel core
Spoke key
3,4,5,6,8mm hex tool bits
Philips head screw driver (PH2)
25 torx bit
Tool bit extender
Bottle opener
Leather (jet black or burnt brown) and recycled inner tube pouch

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NutLock | Outsmart Thieves

This is a really awesome concept. Check out more about NutLock at their KickStarter.

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YNOT | Pannier Line

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YNOT has some awesome products and has recently launched a Kickstarter to expand on their pannier line.

“One year ago we released our first bicycle pannier, saddle bag or bike bag. We were striving for a design that had the same aesthetic and durability as our other messenger bags and backpacks – but instead offered the benefits of being a rack mounted bag. So, with the knowledge we’ve gained in 5 years of making tough gear, we studied our other tried and true bags, and came up with the Pan-Yay! A solid design that’s highly functional, yet simple in style.

The pan-yay is an expanding roll-top bag, designed to suit various sized loads. The floating separated liner improves water resistance, with no shared seams at the base of the bag. You can put dirty clothes or tools between the layers, protecting the contents of your bag. Reflective accents helps you stay visible at night. Also, the high density polyethylene backplate gives the bag a solid structure. When you reach your destination, quickly attach the adjustable shoulder strap, and bring your bag with you on foot.”

More HERE!

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YNOT Stowaway Camera Insert

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Need a place to put your camera while you ride? YNOT has the answer. They’ve introduced, the Stowaway, through Kickstarter. The Stowaway comes in three sizes, can fit in your bag, and is fully functional as a stand alone camera bag. Head on over and check these things out now!

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