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Custom Bmw K65 | By Moto Sumisura

Last week we did a popular feature on the awesome "Custom BMW K75" by Moto Sumisura, a garage in Italy ran by BMW fanatic Frank A. We snooped around his website and found this very cool BMW R65 custom scrambler. The bike was originally a 1982 BMW R65, it was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a one of a kind BMW R65 custom scrambler. We love the details on this, beautiful antique green leather based saddle, and great minimal chrome paint work.



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BICYCLE CUP HOLDER | BY DEATH AT SEA | Image

BICYCLE CUP HOLDER | BY DEATH AT SEA

This stylish cup holder by Death at Sea, is the perfect accessory to compliment your beautiful fixie. Made from high quality silicone rubber to resist the elements, the sleek bicycle cup holder is ideal for carrying your iced coffee, a water bottle, or anything else you need within easy reach while riding. Available in either black or grey....
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T100 | BY RENARD | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T100 | BY RENARD

Renard is a bike shop from Estonia, they are famous for their awesome limited edition Grand Tourer. The Renard guys have recently formed the Renard Speed Shop, focused on building cafe racers and other custom bikes, their first build is nothing short of spectacular, a custom Triumph Bonneville T100. They slimed it down and made it look like a proper scrambler, adding a custom tank and side panels, plus off-road tires, great lighting details, and a beautiful matte pa...
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KAFFEEMASCHINE MOTO GUZZI | Image

KAFFEEMASCHINE MOTO GUZZI

This stunning build is the latest masterpiece to roll out of KaffeeMachine, a custom motorcycle shop from Hamburg in Germany. The bike, a freshly-customized Moto Guzzi is elegant, immaculately finished and powerful. Stripped to its essentials, the minimalist ride was initially a Le Mans Mark III, it was tuned with a V11 1064cc V-twin engine with plenty of grunt and 91 hp, finished off with a vintage Jaguar blue color scheme, and beautiful brown leather details....
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