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Bmw R1200r | By Lazareth

Lazareth is a highly-skilled custom vehicle workshop based in France. Their latest creation is this BMW R1200R transformation, a beast of a bike halfway between a scrambler and a cafe racer. With a minimal look, the bike was stripped to itīs essentials and features a simple digital speedometer, bar-end mirrors and chunky Continental Twinduro tires.



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KOENIGSEGG AGERA

Agera celebrates 15 years of brand founded by Christian von Koenigsegg. This new super-car was designed to celebrate fifteen years of Swedish trade and should have a limited production between 15 to 20 units. Agera is equipped with an impressive V8 Biturbo 4.7 liters, "stirred" to charge no more and no less than 910 horsepower at 6800 rpm and 1100 Nm of torque (1000 Nm available between 2680 and 6100 rpm)....
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LO-RUITER LONGBOARD

The Lo-Ruiter Longboard is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, and the Inner City Bike. Lo-Ruiter is a modern twist on the traditional skateboard that creates the illusion of floating. The cutout shapes are a result of the low deck and wheel clearance, the holes allow you to break when you put your foot over them, and the generous size of the top allows for multi...
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X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES | Image

X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES

Back in August this year Confederate Motorcycle collector James Hoegh made history breaking the land speed record for big block American V-twin engine motorcycles. He was riding a X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype on an average top speed of  172.211mph. Now Confederate are producing a limited edition of 36 handcrafted examples of this machine, for $72,000 you can own this record-breaking piece of motorcycle history. Watch the video and check out James Hoeghīs recor...
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