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Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italian Officine Sbrannetti. This spectacular build named "Buldozzer", is based on a BMW R1100GS from 1999, the guys removed the original seat and switched to a new leather one, placed aluminum fenders, a double headlamp, heavy threaded tires, and wrapped the tank in a handmade leather belt. The exhaust system was also replaced, the radiator was moved behind the front wheel, and a luggage rack was built on the back. The adventure-ready bike was painted with an eye-catching color scheme that contrasts beautifully with the custom made leather seat. Check out some more photos of this spectacular machine after the jump. 
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We love riding our bikes, right? But sometimes the helmet can become quite the problem…it´s heavy and not really cool if you want to be hands free to enjoy a walk on the beach or just want to stroll along some park. So Rocky Creed Designs came up with HelmetLok, a simple way to lock your helmet, safely, to your bike, using the handlebars or the frame and without any keys. The HelmetLok uses a combination lock to close, making it easy to use. Fit it into your pocket or your pants belt loop, it´s small enough to do that. With a zinc alloy finish, it looks great and may be a real help for bikers!
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Gogoro is the world´s first electric smartscooter, the ultimate commuting vehicle designed specifically for the world’s most crowded cities. The pollution-free scooter delivers unprecedented power, agility and control, and is able to hit 31mph in just 4.2 seconds and has a top speed of 60mph, making it faster than a conventional 125cc bike. Built with an ultra light racing grade aluminum aeroframe, this urban transport uses battery swapping stations to allow it to keep going, and features cloud connectivity, a companion iOS and Android app for checking battery use, to find swapping stations and more. watch the video
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Taiwan based Rough Crafts have unveiled their latest build, the spectacular "Dyna Guerilla", a stripped-down 2009 Fat Bob. Winston Yeh, the talent behind Rough Crafts, is a specialist in building custom Harleys, he first went viral with the desirable "Iron Guerilla", and now after a customer commission, he has applied the same "Rough Crafts Style" to this Dyna version.

Also check out these other spectacular custom Harley´s by Rough Crafts:
The Bomb Runner | The Iron Guerilla | The Shadow Rocket | The Urban Cavalry
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Kawasaki have recently unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy, the world’s most powerful motorcycle, meet the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R. This beast is packed with an impressive supercharged 998cc, inline 4-cylinder engine, pumping out 300hp! making it the fastest production bike on the planet. Given these staggering performance numbers, the H2R will be a track-only model, however, Kawasaki have released a street-legal version dubbed the Kawasaki Ninja H2 with a price tag of $25,000. watch the video
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Ducati have recently presented at the EICMA show in Milan, the third generation of its sport/adventure tourer, the spectacular new 2015 Multistrada 1200. The new Multistrada 1200 is the "multibike” par excellence, packed with cutting-edge technology, and a powerful 198cc Testastretta L-twin engine with 160hp and 100 lb-ft of torque. New technologies include Bosch-Brembo cornering ABS, electronic cruise control, Ducati Wheelie Control and an Inertial Measurement Unit that dynamically measures roll, pitch and yaw.  watch the video
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Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi are following the custom motorbike craze and have made available for purchase several custom kits to help you personalize your ride as a cafe racer, scrambler, or any style that sparks your imagination. The kits are aimed at the brand´s V7 Motorbike, but as you might be aware, customizing a motorbike is all about being original and mixing different parts while leaving full creativity to the craftsman. via
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Ducati have unveiled a special edition of their popular Diavel motorbike. The new and exclusive Diavel Titanium is a limited series of just 500 numbered bikes, it comes with an array of custom components, and is equipped with the same beastly 162-hp engine as the other Diavel models, but has been finished with high-technology craftsmanship in titanium and carbon fiber, and enhanced with a dark chrome frame and black wheels.
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Renown Swedish Motorcycle brand Husqvarna have unveiled two exciting new street models at the International motorcycle Expo EICMA in Milan. The 401 VITPILEN and 401 SVARTPILEN are inspired by the rebellious spirit of the golden age of the brand in the 60s and 70s. Both models have been reduced to the bare functional essentials, free of gimmicks, gadgets and extravagant design embellishments, they combine modern technology, cutting-edge design and high quality hardware. Created by industrial design company Kiska the two bikes are still in concept stage, and were designed to gauge public reaction before possible production, yes we say! via
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After two stunning BMW conversions (BMW R60/7, BMW R80) Blaz Sustarsic from Er Motorcycles has contacted us with news on his new spectacular beemer. Based on a BMW R69S back from the 1960’s, the Voltron (named after a giant titanium robot from an old animated TV series) is a mixture of modern and vintage style with emphasis on clean lines and visual simplicity. more photos after the jump.

This retro-futuristic ride is up for auction, more details via their Facebook page
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Based in Belgium, Zadig Motorcycles have rolled out of their garage this stunning custom motorcycle named - The Salander. Based on a 1979 Honda CJ250T, the bike has an utilitarian character achieved by the rough-round-the-edges finish, and features a vintage Brooks bicycle seat and a bare fuel tank carved with artistic flair, that compliment the raw look perfectly. via

On a side note, Zadig Motorcycles raises money building bikes to help children inflicted by life threatening diseases. Head over to their website for more details.
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Our latest custom motorbike workshop discovery comes from Munich, Germany. Diamond Atelier was founded this summer by Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder, two cafe racer enthusiasts that wanted more than what is offered by the existing monotonous and repetitive custom scene. Their first build is this beautiful 1992 BMW R80RT conversion, a bike striped to its bare essentials, cleaned up, painted with a beautiful pale blue color scheme, and converted into a true masterpiece.

This awesome ride is currently for sale through their website, you can send the guys an email for more details. Photo credit: Philipp Wulk
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When Harley Davidson stopped production of the Buell 1125 back in 2010, the founders of Ronin Motor Works created the Ronin Concept Motorcycle, a spectacular superbike that will continue on after the demise of the Buell 1125. Ronin 47 is built around the revolutionary engine and frame of the Buell, but has had a major facelift with many mechanical and cosmetic changes to give it a furiously aggressive streetfighter look. 47 refers to the number of Ronins being made, the price tag is of $38,000. via
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Ducati have presented the Scrambler, after months of teasing, the Italian brand have finally revealed the vintage inspired motorbike at the Intermot Show in Germany. The Ducati Scrambler is a contemporary interpretation of the iconic Ducati model from the 60´s, and will be available in four distinct styles, Icon, Urban Enduro, Classic, and Full Throtle. All versions are powered by an air-cooled L-twin two-valve 803 cc engine. watch the video

You can read some of the Ducati Scrambler´s history here
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It is the first time we feature a bike from British custom builder Auto Fabrica, and boy what a beauty this is. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SR250s, this is already the 4th to roll out of their London Garage. Named Type 4, this elegant and simple build, has been reduced to the essentials and weighs less than 130kg, making it the perfect ride for commuting in a busy city.
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This out-of-this-world build, is the latest custom Harley to roll out of the Rough Crafts garage in Taiwan. Based on a 2014-spec Dyna Street Bob, the beastly "Urban Cavalry" has the Rough Crafts trademark makeover, with features, such as the distinct ”dark iron”, vintage sci-fi look, and a beautiful semi-gloss grey paint scheme. We love it. More amazing photos after the jump. via

Also check out these other spectacular custom Harley´s by Rough Crafts:
- The Bomb Runner   - The Iron Guerilla   - The Shadow Rocket
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Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, it is clean, simple, reliable, and the perfect ride for a busy urban city. The bike is based on a Honda CB360 and was named "The Couch Surfer", in honor of the client, a young guy that lives, works, and parties downtown, and wanted a whippy little tracker that he could tear around the city, jump curbs, and have fun with on his commute.
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Our latest custom motorbike crush comes from an Italian builder of Bari named Motorecyclos. We have featured several beemers before, and this is definitely up there with our favorites. We don´t have much info on this awesome BMW R45 transformation, but we will definitely keep an eye out for more builds rolling out of this garage. For now we invite you to drool over the cool pictures after the jump.
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