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Grievous Angel | By Deus Customs

Another awesome custom bike by Australians Deus. The Grievous Angel, based on a Yamaha SR400, is deserving of the notoriety that Deus has in customizing motorcycles. Basically what was taken from the Yamaha SR 400 was the engine. ... the rest was all changed. Even if it is a Japanese bike, the great qualities of SR 400 were used to create an authentic English Cafe Racer. Check out another of Deus creations, the very original Surf Bike




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BANDIT9 DARK SIDE MOTORCYCLE | Image

BANDIT9 DARK SIDE MOTORCYCLE

Daryl Villanueva from Bandit9 has rolled out another supreme custom motorcycle from his workshop in Beijing, China. His latest masterpiece is the custom built "Dark Side", an impressive and futuristic looking ride for the ages. Built on the Harley-Davidson Street 750 platform, the sleek ride is handcrafted to perfection with an understated yet intimidating aesthetic inspired from aircraft aerodynamics. The fluid lines of the stainless steel demonstrate Vil...
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HEROIN BIKE

Heroin Bike is a new bicycle designed and assembled by the French company Heroin, and built from composite carbon fiber which is hand made by Italian craftsman. Inspired by the Le Corbusier "modulor” concept of ideal proportions, and using perfection as their motto, the company built a unique bike where the specs speak for themselves: built from Torayca MJ46 carbon fiber, each frame is adjusted to the size of its future owner, then baked and glued together by propri...
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NEW FERRARI 599 GTO

Ferraris new extreme V12 berlinetta, the 599 GTO, delivers a lap time of just 1 minute and 24 seconds at Fiorano, making it the fastest road-going model in Ferrari´s history. This limited edition special series of just 599 is the new pinnacle of Prancing Horse sportiness and has benefited to an enormous degree from technological transfers from the track....
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