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Harley Sportster Custom | By Rough Crafts

This beauty is by custom bike builders in Taiwan called Roucgh Crafts, they named it Iron Guerilla, it was originaly a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. The bike takes Harley’s Nightster theme a step further, with a chopped front end, new bars, bodywork and lighting—and a terrific exhaust system that adds to the compact, muscular vibe. Check out their blog for other custom bikes.



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HONDA CBR 100F CUSTOM SUPERBIKE | Image

HONDA CBR 100F CUSTOM SUPERBIKE

This amazing machine took Ian McElroy two years to build, and if you spot a little of the KTM RC8 in there, you’re right—the Austrian superbike was one of the inspirations for McElroy’s stealth-fighter angles and curves. The bodywork is formed from sheets of aluminum meticulously welded together, and the original gauges have been replaced by a Veypor setup that can also record G-force, 0-60, quarter mile time and lap time as well as speed and RPM. Source...
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LAND ROVER DC100 SPORT CONCEPT | Image

LAND ROVER DC100 SPORT CONCEPT

Land Rover continues to explore how the next generation of the Defender will look. This was evident with the updated version of the DC100 Concept, first unveiled at Frankfurt in September. Now, the British brand decided to update its concept for the L.A. Motor show. The DC100 Sport features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine with hybrid compatibility and has an 8 speed automatic transmission. The DC100 features the new Wade Aid that protects the vehicle when cr...
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON LIVEWIRE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE | Image

HARLEY-DAVIDSON LIVEWIRE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

Harley-Davidson is about to change. The iconic brand have introduced the LiveWire, a step toward the future. The Project LiveWire Experience is a research project into the viability of an electric two-wheeler for the bar-and-shield brand, it will take the bike on a 30-city tour across America to gather feedback from consumers before actually going into mass production. So what do you think? Is electricity the way to go even for Harley? Curious? Check out a gr...
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