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Honda 650 Muxima | By Ton-up Garage

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Portugal’s Ton-Up Garage. Commissioned by a client who needed a bike that could handle both city streets and backcountry dirt tracks, this awesome Honda 650 custom named "Muxima” was stripped to its essentials, giving the bike a minimal look and shedding a lot of visual weight, changing completely the original look and style of the bike. They finished it off beautifully with a custom-made leather seat, some knobby off-road tires, and an elegant earthy paint job. More photos of this masterpiece after the jump.



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FERRARI 458 ITALIA X OAKLEY DESIGN | LIMITED EDITION | Image

FERRARI 458 ITALIA X OAKLEY DESIGN | LIMITED EDITION

Oakley Design is a British company owned by Jon Oakley, well known for preparing race cars (And no, it has nothing to do with the clothing and sunglasses brand). The company recently launched its version of Ferrari Italia 458, only five units will be produced with a special numbered plate. Oakley Design installed new vents for the radiator and side skirts. They installed carbon fiber parts: roof, covers the contours of the mirrors and the rear window and engine cove...
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER

Triumph has revealed the new Bonneville Bobber, and boy does it look stunning. With styling inspired by bobbers from the 1940s, this new Triumph is stripped to the bare essentials. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 1200cc parallel twin engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a torque-assist clutch and chain final drive. It has a classic softail end, hiding the rear shock under the seat, and features many other touches to complete the classic bobber look, ...
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TURN SIGNAL GLOVES

Whether commuting from work or just cruising at night time on your bicycle, being seen by motorists is essential for your safety. These cool Signal Gloves from DOPPELGANGER in Japan, are a definite upgrade on your safety, the gloves have an embedded LED light triggered by a thumb-accessible button that flashes indicating the direction you wish to take, alerting both cyclists and motorists. via ...
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