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VDBMOTO have rolled out of their Brooklyn based garage another straightforward beautiful build, a Harley Davidson 99’ Sportster 1200 that has been deconstructed, upgraded and rebuilt into a unique machine, the Harley Scrambler H-1. The frame was shortened, a new modified tank was mounted, micro LED indicators were attached to the bar mounts, and new chunky Continental tires were fitted. To finish the look, the functional and fun to drive Sportster was painted with a pastel Jaguar green that blends beautifully with the handmade brown ribbed leather seat.

This awesome ride is currently for sale through their website, you can send the guys an email for more details.
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American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles have recently formalized the release of their new monstrous streetfighter, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter. The chopper-inspired beast is powered by an impressive 200hp air-cooled V-Twin engine, featuring 170Nm of torque, and is built entirely out of 6061 aerospace billet aluminum. A total of 61 P51 Combat Fighter special editions are scheduled to be crafted, 31 in raw machined billet ($113,900), and 30 in black ($119,500).
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The latest masterpiece to roll out of John Ryland´s Classified Moto, is this stunning cafe racer based on a Honda CB750. Classified Moto has developed a signature style, and this bike is typical and instantly recognizable as a build by John Ryland, with a clean, ultra-naked look. For this particular build, John drew inspiration from vintage spacecrafts, and the end result is yet again, absolutely mind-blowing. Check out more of John Ryland´s awesome work at Classified Moto.
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UBCO Utility Bike is a new rugged, off-road motorcycle developed by a group of New Zealanders that were trying to create an innovative product. Well, we think they did it, it´s an all-terrain bike that has 2 wheel traction, which will let you go virtually anywhere, it´s green, because it´s electric and you get low maintenance costs due to the fact of having less moving parts than regular bikes. Its range is also very reasonable, more than 100 km with a single charge of the 40 Ah Li-ion battery. UBCO was also concerned with the fact of it being able to carry around considerable weight, so you could use it as a work tool and not just for fun. In order to do just that they developed an X shaped frame that will bear up to 200 kg. Another interesting feature is that it can also offer electric power, it features power outlets and USB ports, this will may very well come in handy if you ever need to charge up your smartphone or use a power tool, how cool is that?
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The "Cabin Fever” is based on a Honda XR650 which you can hardly see after the work done by Daniel Peter, a professional photographer and fervent lover of motorbikes, whom when not shooting is cruising around on this stunner. When he first thought of modifying a motorcycle, he was far from imagining that his XR650 would be the chosen one, it had the characteristics that Daniel was looking for but the look was far from what he desired and thats what made him indecisive, anyway, he finally decided to go ahead and did this amazing job. More photos after the jump.
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Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Portugal’s Ton-Up Garage. Commissioned by a client who needed a bike that could handle both city streets and backcountry dirt tracks, this awesome Honda 650 custom named "Muxima” was stripped to its essentials, giving the bike a minimal look and shedding a lot of visual weight, changing completely the original look and style of the bike. They finished it off beautifully with a custom-made leather seat, some knobby off-road tires, and an elegant earthy paint job. More photos of this masterpiece after the jump.
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After much anticipation, Honda has officially unveiled the new 2016 Africa Twin! The brand new CRF1000L brings back one of Honda´s most iconic motorbikes, the legendary Africa Twin, after the venerable XRV750 went out of production twelve years ago. The original Honda Africa Twin is possibly the most reliable, versatile and proven adventure touring motorcycle ever produced, and this new version inherits to the full the essence and spirit of what made the XRV750 Africa Twin so good. The new Africa Twin features a 998 cc parallel twin engine and will be available in four color options, including the red CRF Rally, the white Tricolor.
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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 seat unit. The 2016 XSR700 will be available in Forest Green or Garage Metal paint schemes, with a ton of accessories to pick and customize it. watch the video
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Johammer J1 is a futuristic electric cruiser developed and manufactured in Austria by industrial designer Johann Hammerschmid. The unusual and unconventional ride is the first e-motorcycle capable of reaching a 200km (125 miles) range on a single charge, and features an almost silent motor integrated into the rear wheel, providing 14 horsepower and a top speed of 74mph (119kph). With a love or hate design and a chopper-like aesthetic, the Johammer J1 is packed with hi-tech features such as two high-resolution 2.4 inch rear view mirrors that are actually electronic displays and provide relevant driving information. watch the video
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Throttle Rocker lets you enjoy hours of riding without experiencing wrist fatigue, it is an inexpensive alternative to a motorcycle cruise control! The ingenious accessory wraps snugly around the throttle grip, allowing you to use downward pressure from the heel of your hand, instead of squeezing the grip to operate the throttle. This means less fatigue and cramping of your hand!

Pick one up from Town Moto, or from Amazon
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Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Portugal-based Dream Wheels Heritage. The bike, a Yamaha XJ750 was bought in Germany in a miserable state and Dream Wheels put their magic and creativity to work and created a stunning conversion, changing completely the look and style of the bike. The XJ750 is a rare model when it comes to custom building, but the guys have done a wonderful job on this sleek scrambler. More photos after the jump
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After working their magic on the stunning Yamaha XS650, Thrive Motorcycles are back again with an impressive and creative build, based on a 1984 Yamaha Scorpio. The unusual body is the result of a rough sketch drawn at the briefing with the client, it is made from aluminum to achieve the grey industrial look but to also save precious weight. The eccentric ride was also fitted with Kenda trial tyres, a custom clutch and brake lever, a custom dashboard with indicators and a GPS/phone mount, and some custom switch gear. They also covered the custom-made stainless steel exhaust with a grey exhaust wrap to match the overall look. via
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BMW custom specialists CRD Motorcycles (Cafe Racer Dreams) have rolled out of their Madrid-based workshop, their latest masterpiece, a spectacular BMW R110 conversion. CRD#58 is an 1984 BMW R100 that was stripped, giving the bike a minimal look and shedding a lot of visual weight, a CRD trademark. It was fitted with a custom-made solo seat that has a LED tail light built into it, chunky Continental tires, and painted with BMW’s iconic motorsport stripes and traditional roundels. via More amazing photos after the jump.
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To celebrate Konami´s new game "Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain", Triumph have presented a spectacular one-off creation, dubbed "Venom". The military-styled bike is based on the Bonneville T100 ridden by character Snake in Metal Gear Solid V, and was created in-house by the Triumph team. Modifications include custom built wheels fitted with the popular and aggressive go-anywhere Continental TKC80 tyres, a yellowed-out JVB Rumbler headlight, slash cut exhausts, a neoprene and carbon kevlar leather saddle (inspired by Snake’s combat wear), and heavy duty ammo rack loops around the back of the bike. A true masterpiece
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Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Montreal-based Clockwork Motorcycles, a talented team that has given this 1978 Honda CB750 a sleek all-black makeover. The stealth bike was striped to its essentials, and no parts were left untouched, they rebuilt the engine and exhaust system, and fitted new rear shocks, new wiring, a custom leather seat, a modified oil tank and hand made side cover with a brushed, blacked-out metal effect (also applied to the fuel tank’s filler cap cover). More photos after the jump.
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Carry your gear (or people) in style on your next adventure ride with the 2015 Ural Gear-Up motorcycle. The Gear-Up provides you space for your everyday needs, whether its camping gear, food, or other bulky stuff, youll no longer need to worry about strapping it to your bike, or back. The rugged Gear-up is designed to take a beating, and if terrain gets rough, you can quickly change between single-wheel drive and the unbelievable traction of dual-wheel drive with the flip of a lever. Also included is a spare tire, luggage rack, sidecar bumper and a high-intensity spotlight to light your way into the wilderness. Available in two camo styles and grey, you can also order your bike in a custom color, and choose from a extensive line of accessories available to help tailor your Ural to your specific needs.
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As the awesome 2015 Ducati Scrambler starts rolling into showrooms, many custom builders are rubbing their hands with excitement for a chance to customize the bike, destined to become a favorite donor bike for customisers as much as the Triumph Bonnveille, old BMW boxers and the Yamaha SR models. Ducati Thailand’s top engineers and mechanics have created a Dirt Tracker version showing the possibilities for personalization, it features chunky adventure-touring tires like the dirt bikes of the 70s, a hand-brushed tank, a front plate inspired by the number plate typical of a dirt track racing bike, a titanium Slip-on exhaust, and aluminum hand brushed spoke wheels.
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You´ve probably heard of AMC’s "The Walking Dead”, and you´ve probably heard of the popular show´s main character Daryl Dixon known for his fearless efficiency in killing zombies. When it came time to replace Daryls lost chopper in the new series, the shows creatives turned to renown Custom motorbike specialists Classified Moto for a new ride. The end result is this menacing beast based on a 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk, a zombie apocalypse ready ride with a rough-round-the-edges finish. Check out some more photos after the jump.
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