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Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter

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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ROYAL ENFIELD 500CC | BY RAJPUTANA CUSTOMS | Image

ROYAL ENFIELD 500CC | BY RAJPUTANA CUSTOMS

Rajputana Custom Motorcycles is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in Jaipur, India. The latest build to roll out their garage is the impressive "Assault" a raw, minimal, and subtly painted Royal Enfield 500cc Classic conversion. We love the headlight and matte green/black color scheme on this build. Head over to their website and check out some more awesome conversions....
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HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS | Image

HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS

Sometime ago we featured the very popular Surf Bike by Deus Customs, a custom motorbike equipped with an easy on/off surf-rack system built into the frame. This time around Deus have customized this awesome Husqvarna TE250 also with the option of the surf-rack. This is a a bike designed to spend 90 per cent of its life off-road, perfect ride for hitting the beach in style....
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CUSTOM MOTORBIKES | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO

We are big fans of custom bikes, we have featured a few here (search for custom bikes). This vintage looking machine is a Yamaha XS650 custom, a creation of Virginia-based John Ryland, he runs a website named "classified moto", you check out some of is other classy bikes on there. via bikeexif...
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