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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MERCEDES AMG SLS GT3 | Image

MERCEDES AMG SLS GT3

Mercedes unveiled photos of the SLS GT3. The model is a racing version of the AMG. It is equipped with a V8 engine of 6.3 liters and has 571 horse power. The car should be officially released at the New York car show and sales should begin in 2011.....
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SIEGFRIED BIKE

Schindelhauer is a German company that produces timeless, minimalist, elegant bicycles. We have featured the "Viktor bike" previously. Siegfried is a classic yet contemporary bicycle. The Singlespeed-Bike features a polished triple butted frame, and Brooks leather applications on the saddle and handlebar. You can choose from three styles, a pure aluminum look, cream or black. A modern classic (winner of the reddot award) perfect for your daily ride to the office. ...
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YAMAHA 03GEN-X

Inspired by the recently-launched Tricity scooter, Yamaha have introduced the third GEN concept models, 03GEN-f and 03GEN-x (featured here). The dual-purpose on-off-road "cross" 03GEN-x is also a leaning three-wheeled machine, but features a scrambler-influenced design, with wire spoke wheels, knobbly tyres, a rising exhaust, and off-road-inspired styling. A leather seat and copper highlights give it a retro vibe, which contrasts with more futuristic design elements...
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