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Head-up Display | By Garmin

The Garmin Head-up Display projects navigation information onto your windshield, allowing for a safer drive without taking your eyes off the road. The device pairs with your smartphone and projects information onto a reflective film on your windshield, it displays directions, speed, traffic, estimated time of arrival, the speed limit, traffic information and more. It also warns you of potential traffic delays and upcoming safety camera locations. Also available at amazon



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ICON DEFENDER D90 | Image

ICON DEFENDER D90

The Land Rover Defender is undoubtedly one of the most legendary off-road vehicles of all time, we have featured several versions over the years by custom builders such as Kahn, Overfinch,  Twisted or Vilner. Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks, they got their hands on a defender recently and created one of our favorite builds to date, the Icon Defender D90. Staying in line with their traditional design aesthetics, the Icon D90...
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DARYLS BIKE | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO | Image

DARYLS BIKE | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO

You´ve probably heard of AMC’s "The Walking Dead”, and you´ve probably heard of the popular show´s main character Daryl Dixon known for his fearless efficiency in killing zombies. When it came time to replace Daryls lost chopper in the new series, the shows creatives turned to renown Custom motorbike specialists Classified Moto for a new ride. The end result is this menacing beast based on a 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk, a zombie apocalypse ready ride with a rough-rou...
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BMW B-1 | BY VDB MOTO | Image

BMW B-1 | BY VDB MOTO

VDB Moto are not new to the custom motorbike scene, but this spectacular build is their first BMW conversion. B-1 is based on a mono lever 1986 R80RT, and when VDB got their hands on the bike, it was in pretty rough conditions. The guys decided to retain the distressed and rugged look of the engine to make a contrast with the new parts and paint. They stripped down the bike removing all the usual excess parts and weight, painted the tank with a beautiful 6...
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