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Handlebar made of plywood; Rainer Spehl in collaboration with Enzo Fruytier

Designer - Rainer Spehl Handlebar Made of Plywood in collaboration with Enzo Fruytier

11 Brilliant Mountain Bike Hacks You Should Know About | Sacred Rides

I have been using toothbrushes but, not like this. Bike Hack: for drive train maintenance tape 2 tooth brushes together facing eachother.

Kerstbike

Light Bike - I think this is an EXCELLENT idea for anyone who's riding a bike at night - it'll help make them more visible to cars and outlines what they are (i., you know it's a bike cause the outline is shown by the lights)

Reset and Start Over: **to tie and dye for**

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. dip dye tote like this by MARGARETE HAUSLER (note to self : use merchant and mills leather bag handles)

a little pricey but nice

SealLine Boundary Dry Pack

Boundary Pack and other great Drybags by SealLine for backpacking, hiking, climbing and mountaineering.

Ученье - свет или необычный светильник-книга Lumio

Lumio: Most amazing book designed light by Max Gunawan.Designer Max Gunawan designed a practical book-shaped light that can be wrong for an common hard cover

t6ryan: “You can have any color titanium bike that you want, as long as its titanium colored. #T6standardCX #RideMetal #titanium #foreverforward #TwinSix (at Twin Six) ”

“You can have any color titanium bike that you want, as long as its titanium colored.

Cantaloupe bowl - so cute for the kitchen

Vegetabowls Are Horticultural Inspired Servingware

Board game geeks and street art enthusiasts alike will love the Monopoly-themed art found in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood – we sure do! From a sidewalk painted as a property card…

Do Not Pass Go: Awesome Monopoly Street Art

New Street Artist Bored Turns Chicago Sidewalks into an Alternative Monopoly Game in Logan Square

Graffiti Artist Turns A Bridge Into Realistic LEGO Street Art

Giant LEGO bridge in Germany Last fall, German street artist Martin Heuwold (aka Megx) gave this bridge in Wuppertal, Germany a LEGO Brick paint makeover. via Colossal