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Gant City Bike

This limited-to-25 edition, single-speed cruiser bike features retro styling with hand stitched leather handlebars, a Brooks leather saddle with attached tool bag, hand-welded lugs, a sculptural LED headlamp, a unique enamel head badge, and large, off-white tires for a smooth ride.



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TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER | BY SPIRIT OF THE SEVENTIES | Image

TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER | BY SPIRIT OF THE SEVENTIES

Triumph Scrambler is originally a great-looking bike, but the guys at Spirit of the Seventies just made it look even better. The S6 Triumph 904 dirt Twin is a unique custom street-scrambler based on an 2005 Triumph Scrambler. They made the bike much lighter(both in looks and in weight), a lot sharper and faster with a tuned 904cc engine, making it a lot noisier, and giving it more torque. Photos by: Grant Robinson...
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MERCEDES-BENZ AMG 6X6 | BY MANSORY | Image

MERCEDES-BENZ AMG 6X6 | BY MANSORY

German luxury car modification firm Mansory have picked up where AMG left off, and have improved upon the impressive design and build qualities of the original Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6. The impressive customization package includes a carbon fiber body kit, a redesigned front skirt with LED lights, and four new headlights mounted on the roof. The all-terrain beast has also had its engined tuned to 829 hp and 738 lb-ft, preparing it for even more terrain than ever be...
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TREFECTA DRT

The Trefecta DRT is a new precision engineered high performance, all-terrain e-bike. The bicycle/motorbike fusion can hit a top speed of 40MPH, and can run for more than 60 miles on a single charge. Made from military-spec aluminum, the beefy e-bike features a 14-speed Rohlof Speedhub, a SmeshGear transmission, 26-inch carbon fiber wheels, and Schwalbe mountain bike tires. A computer mounted at the center of the handlebars, lets the user control riding modes, suspen...
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