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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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KOENIGSEGG AGERA | Image

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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ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH ZAGATO | Image

ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH ZAGATO

Aston Martin have unveiled the mind-blowing limited edition Vanquish Zagato. Simply put, its a stunner. This is their latest creation in collaboration with the prestigious Italian design-house Zagato, pairing Aston Martins acclaimed dynamic and material qualities with Zagato´s signature design language. The beast pack´s an impressive 6.0-liter, 12-cylinder engine delivering 576 horsepower to the rear wheels, and pushing it to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Only 99 owners wi...
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RUCKUS CRUISER

After capturing our attention with the Quinn Bike, a compact cargo bicycle, the design team behind Coast Cycles have surprised us again with this awesome little cruiser named Ruckus. The cool bike is a throwback to when time moved slower and bicycles were fun things meant to take you to a happier place. The extra-long custom lounge seat with room to fit another passenger brings the social back to bicycling. Available with drivetrain options that include one with an ...
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