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Honda CB 750 K
Description coming soon.
– Standard engine. WM custom paint. Standard Carbs. Standard frame, WM rear frame and seat. Standard tank.
– 16″ aluminum wheels, Coker classic tyres.
– Bitubo rearshocks. Kawasaki Z 1000 J swingarm. H-D front fork and tripple trees.
– Lockheed calipers. WM footpegs, handlebar and clamps. WM grips.
– WM headlight bracket. WM rearlight. WM rear fender
Designed by: Wrenchmonkees
This is the classic Sögreni bell from Copenhagen. It comes with fittings, and is very easily mounted. Please note, that your head tube should be between 26 and 28 mm – but most bicycle head tubes are of that size and diameter.
The brass is the clearest sounding bell, the zinc is the most muted. The steel gives the most authentic sound and the copper is the deepest sounding bell. The zinc bell has the most raw or industrial look. From left to right on the picture: Brass, Steel, Copper, Zinc.
The Sogreni lamps are handmade in the shop in Copenhagen, and consist of one white lamp for the front and one red lamp for the rear. Let the world (and fellow cyclists) see that you are out enjoying your bicycle at night-time, and do it in style. The lamps are easily fitted with the rubber strap onto your handlebar and the frame. The only thing you need to do to switch it on is to twist the control knob.
- Includes a white and a red lamp
- Easily fitted with the included rubber straps
- Includes battery
Why must pedals be so ugly? Normally, when you look at normal bicycle’s pedals, they are either all plastic, bound to fall to pieces, or made from poor quality steel, making them rusty and looking dull after just a few rides.
The hand-crafted Sogreni pedal is made from solid steel, and your choice of aluminium, brass or copper sides. This is a stylish way to decorate your bicycle, and the brass will just look better and better, as it turns green with time. The pedals are hand-made in the shop in Copenhagen, and will bring new life to your existing bicycle or improve your bicycle.
From Sögreni Copenhagen…
These handles are made from some of the best quality leathers available. The handles are nice to hold, are a little bit warmer for the hands than a piece of plastic and have a classy look to them.
When you get these, you may encounter some difficulty mounting them, as the plastic is just tight enough to fit a normal frame. The trick is to use either pressurized air, or to lubricate the inside with a generous amount of pure alcohol, 160 proof or higher. If you are quick, you will be able to press them on, the alcohol will evaporate, and the handle will be securely stuck on forever.
- Comes with very strong Danish glue
The wire lock is made of stainless steel plastic-covered wire (6 mm), with ends made into loops using an aluminium or copper fitting. You need a powerful plier to cut this wire. Remember, that most theft of bicycles happens when people “borrow” a bicycle heading home from the pub. This is the answer.
Put the wire around something like a fence or a lamppost. Take one end of the wire and put it through the other. Lock this end on to your normal lock. Now your bicycle is safe, and the lenght of the wire makes daily handling easy.
- Thieves will not bother touching your bicycle
- Very strong steel wire, very hard to cut
- Lighter and longer than most other wires
Tired of getting your trousers getting dirty or even trapped in the chain? This little fellow will take care of that. The strap is made of the finest rubber, and a clasp of lightweight aluminium. Just strap it on and ride off.
The trouser-strap can also be used for securing small items on your normal luggage carrier. If you buy the Sögreni luggage carrier, even better.
We bike a lot in our city, so we all know that the Sögreni strap is a great little helper in your daily commute.
The Sögreni luggage carrier can be fitted to any bicycle, whether it is a Sögreni or not. When we first thought of making a luggage carrier, we immediately thought of the type of carrier where you the put the item on the holder, and then slowly lower the crushing lever, afraid of smashing the groceries or whatever you are transporting. The traditional luggage carrier works best for flat items, like a catalogue or at best a flat box – but it still will not ensure you reach your destination with your belongings kept safe.
The Sögreni luggage carrier smoothly holds your items with its double-twisted rubber bands, and holds it rock-steady without crushing or the risk of the item falling off. Perfect for bags, balls, watermelons or anything else. The frame is made of alloy and brass, as are the fittings it comes with. Standard lenght, fits all bicycles.
- Can be fitted on any bicycle
- Holds items in all sizes and shapes
- Frame is made of alloy and brass
The Sogreni Chainguard is an elegant way to protect your trousers from getting caught in the chain, and enhances the sleek Sögreni style of your original Sögreni bicycle – or any other bicycle for that matter. The chainguard comes with all the fittings needed to mount it, and the mounting takes only a few minutes. Please notice, that the diameter of the tubes (the down tube and the seat tube) should be between 26 and 28 mm, and these two tubes must be round, not oval.
The chainguard in alloy is recommended for bicycles in black or in metallic colours, but it can also work well with bicycles in other strong colours – for muted colours we recommend the chainguard in brass.
- Includes all the fittings needed to mount it