stuff we drool about

Triobike | Three In One Bike

Triobike from Denmark, is ideal for those wanting to take their children to school safely and quickly, with two seats in front. It also functions as a simple bike, and can be used to transport objects. The trioBike carries up to 80 kg load, or the equivalent of two children under 9 years. It has three main functions: a carrier bike; a bike; and pushchair.



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P120 FIGHTER | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES | Image

P120 FIGHTER | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES

This is a beast of a bike, the Combat Fighter has an aircraft-grade aluminum chassis and is driven by a huge V-twin, 160 horsepower engine. This monstrosity has a  torque of 135 ft. lbs. at the rear wheel, making it more powerful than the Yamaha V-Max. Other Confederate bikes we have featured: B120 Wraith, Hellcat combat. Photos by Basem Wasef...
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HONDA CX500 | BY WRENCHMONKEES | Image

HONDA CX500 | BY WRENCHMONKEES

We are huge fans of Wrenchmonkees, they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop. We have featured several of their masterpieces: Monkee #7, Club Black #02, and the BMW R100RT. Our latest crush is this beautifully crafted Honda CX500. The Wrenchmonkees team stripped the bike down, removed the rear frame, built a custom exhaust system and new fenders. They fitted a new seat unit to complement the curvier looks of the bike and painted it in a timeless met...
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HAREIDE DESIGN YACHT

Developed by Swedish design studio Hareide Design, this impressive take on the modern mega-yacht features some truly wonderful details. The hybrid 108-meter vessel is an unique combination of elegance and modernity of Scandinavian design, it features a grand hall giving guests an unprecedented view and contact with the surrounding nature, an elevated dining and viewing area, a tranquil garden surrounding a 20m pool, a helicopter landing pad, and a seamless transitio...
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