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Sephora set them up in airports with best-selling products, The Standard filled theirs with teeny bikinis, and now, fixie-loving folk have their very own vending machine too. Owned and operated by Traif Bike Gesheft bike shop in Williamsburg, the machine will sell locks, lights, bells and whatever else a biker might need in the middle of the night or quickly once something breaks. Now, if only we could get one full of ankle boots and a surprise selection of vintage dresses, we'd never have to fret about everything being closed either. [NY Daily News]