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Derringer Cycle X Restoration Hardware

One of our favorite features over the past year has been on Derringer Cycles, we have done a couple of posts before: Derringer Cycles, Derringer Bespoke Collection. Today we feature a collaboration of Derringer and Restoration Hardware, this exclusive model is painted with Restoration Hardware´s signature shade of grey, and has Kevlar-reinforced racing tires and a black leather saddle with copper rivets. Very cool looking ride.

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To mark the 65th anniversary of Land Rover, the firm have announced a special edition Land Rover Defender LXV (Roman numeral for 65). Based on the standard Defender 90 Hard Top model , it is equipped with a 2.2-litre diesel engine that develops 120bhp and 360Nm of torque, linked to a 6-speed manual. The LXV will be limited to just 65 units and is available in beautiful Santorini Black with contrasting Corris Grey roof, grille and headlight surrounds....
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BMW M Bike will be produced in limited edition for the fans of the brand. Sales will begin in June at some dealers ed by the German automaker and the site The front suspension Manitou Match has 80 mm stroke, the 27-speed transmission and hydraulic disc brakes are Shimano SLX. Available from June....
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Classified Moto Honda XR650L

There are a few custom builders that push the boundaries, but none have impressed us more than Classified Moto with their heavily customized motorbikes. The latest machine to roll out of their workshop is this impressive beast aimed at adventurers, a love or hate monstrosity and we love it. The impressive build has all the signature cues of a Classified Moto machine, it started as a 1996 Honda XR650L, but is now a mash-up of other bike parts and has been styled with...
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