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Katu Urban Bike

Katu is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. Agile and with a minimal design, it is easier to store and transport than a normal bike, it features 20” wheels (inspired in my BMX race times) that are compact and nimble, perfect for riding in the busy city. The Katu’s load distribution system enables to carry a considerable volume and up to 50 kg between the front and rear baskets. It is also designed so that the weight has practically no effect on steering. available in several colors in a electrically assisted version or a traditional pedal powered version. watch the video below



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FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550 | Image

FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550

"Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda CB550, but Federal Moto gave it their trademark makeup of classic lines and simple vintage accents, or as the guys put it: "simple lines, no bullshit, and just the right mix of old 70´s Honda and modern touches”....
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YAMAHA XSR700

Following Ducati´s lead in presenting the vintage inspired Ducati Scrambler, Yamaha have presented the XSR700, a retro-modern roadster that pays tribute to the iconic XS650. It is packed with a liquid-cooled 689cc inline 2-cylinder 4-stroke engine, delivering a maximum output of 73.8 hp at 9000 rpm and 50.2 lb-ft. at 6500 rpm. The XSR700 carries a lot of retro touches, including vintage inspired headlight and rear light unit and a two-texture leather vintage style s...
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Vagabund Honda CB450

One of our favorite custom motorbikes ever is the spectacular BMW R100R by Vagabond Moto. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rabl - the 1972 Honda CB450 K5 Cafe Racer, a build developed in line with a brief of clean lines and a minimalist finish, with everything deemed as unnecessary being removed. After being stripped bare, the bike was fitted with a wheel hugger style number plate moun...
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