stuff we drool about

Honda Cx500 | By Wrenchmonkees

We are huge fans of Wrenchmonkees, they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop. We have featured several of their masterpieces: Monkee #7, Club Black #02, and the BMW R100RT. Our latest crush is this beautifully crafted Honda CX500. The Wrenchmonkees team stripped the bike down, removed the rear frame, built a custom exhaust system and new fenders. They fitted a new seat unit to complement the curvier looks of the bike and painted it in a timeless metallic brown. source



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PREPSTATION | TROLLEY TOOL STATION | Image

PREPSTATION | TROLLEY TOOL STATION

Winner of the Red Dot design award, Prepstation by Topeak is a great tools set for the race support or the home mechanic. The easy moving trolley tool station has 5” wheels and 6 compartments containing 40 sets of professional shop quality bike tools. The sturdy and mobile case features an extendable working base, expanding trays and telescoping handle. Get it in Europe here...
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ASTON MARTIN DBC CONCEPT | BY SAMIR SADIKHOV | Image

ASTON MARTIN DBC CONCEPT | BY SAMIR SADIKHOV

A couple of years ago we did a feature on the popular Ferrari Xezri Concept by Samir Sadikhov, a 23 year old designer from Azerbaijan. Samir contacted us with news on a new breathtaking concept he has been working on, the Aston Martin DBC concept. The DBC features a number of traditional Aston Martin design cues such as the front grille shape and the typical side strakes found on all Aston Martin models. Samir says: " It was important to ensure that the car’´s desig...
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DERRINGER CYCLES

Derringer Cycles are an homage to the most exciting period in the history of motorsport worldwide. The Derringer was created by world-renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz. The Cycle has a Honda built overhead valve 4-stroke engine displacing 49cc....
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