Founded in 2012 in brussels, "ecce cycles" has two distinct ranges offering comfort in three different sizes. the ‘opus’ sport model is completely black with a gloss paint finish on a carbon fibre frame. robust and lightweight, the bicycle’s accessories are ideal for urban environments. the other version, ‘opus’ cruiser, combines leather and carbon offering riders a more refined bicycle. all the ecce cycles include shimano hardware, continental tires and ridley front forks.

Founded in 2012 in brussels, "ecce cycles" has two distinct ranges offering comfort in three different sizes. the ‘opus’ sport model is completely black with a gloss paint finish on a carbon fibre frame. robust and lightweight, the bicycle’s accessories are ideal for urban environments. the other version, ‘opus’ cruiser, combines leather and carbon offering riders a more refined bicycle. all the ecce cycles include shimano hardware, continental tires and ridley front forks.

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"Natural swimming pools" are pools that use plants and other biofilters instead of chemicals to keep the water clean. The trend, which started in Europe in the mid 80s, is now making its way throughout North America. With a number of health and cost benefits, it’s easy to see why these chemical-free pools are a popular trend in the home swimming pool world.Water gets filtered by good bacteria, microorganisms, and aquatic plants, usually in a regeneration zone or right in the pool itself. It’s then pumped through a secondary filter to remove any sediments or bad bacteria that got through, and then back into the swimming pool.

"Natural swimming pools" are pools that use plants and other biofilters instead of chemicals to keep the water clean. The trend, which started in Europe in the mid 80s, is now making its way throughout North America. With a number of health and cost benefits, it’s easy to see why these chemical-free pools are a popular trend in the home swimming pool world.Water gets filtered by good bacteria, microorganisms, and aquatic plants, usually in a regeneration zone or right in the pool itself. It’s then pumped through a secondary filter to remove any sediments or bad bacteria that got through, and then back into the swimming pool.

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