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The Heritage Chief

Chicago-based Heritage Bicycles make city bikes perfect for daily commuting with classic style. Built entirely in the USA with great attention to detail, The Heritage Chief features a conventional diamond frame handcrafted with American High-Tensile steel, and comes with handsome details like plush saddles, mustache handlebars, and double-wall alloy rims.

Build your own custom bicycle with commute-ready elements at Heritage, or grab one now at a special discount price $899 $999 at Huckberry.




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PAGANI C9 HUAYRA | Image

PAGANI C9 HUAYRA

Zondas successor, the new supercar from Italo-Argentinian designer Horacio Pagani is the stunning Pagani C9 Huayra. Equipped with a biturbo V12 engine provided by AMG, the Huayra has 700 hp and 737lb ft of torque, Mercedes-Benz "provided" another cool detail to Pagani, the gull-wing-inspired doors by the now rival SLS....
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1949 FERRARI 166 MM BARCHETTA | FOR AUCTION | Image

1949 FERRARI 166 MM BARCHETTA | FOR AUCTION

This amazing car will be auctioned on January 21 of 2011, it dates back to 1949 ans is the tenth of only 25 ferrari 166 MM Barchettas built. The 1948 Ferrari 166 MM is the definitive 1950s sports car configuration, with its smooth envelope, long flowing hood and short  tail. Get you check books ready!...
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TRIUMPH T120 BOBBER

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from France. French BMX rider Christophe Tonton wanted a hardtail Triumph bobber, he contacted French custom builders Southsiders MC to start working on his dream. This impressive build started off as a Triumph T120, it was stripped down of all extraneous parts and fitted with Dunlop tyres, a custom frame, a custom exhaust, and finished overall with a raw, utilitarian aesthetic. Check out some more photos of this spectacular m...
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