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Honda Kt600 | By Classified Moto

New bike rolled out of Classified Moto from the hands of master craftsman John Ryland. There latest creation, a custom 1987 Honda XL600R enduro was commissioned by actress Katee Sackhoff, she gave John Ryland and his team 100% creative freedom. The bike is a mix of parts from various bikes, front end from a Kawasaki ZX6-R, back end from a 2006 Triumph Sprint...the end result is absolutely stunning. source

Also check out these other creations by Classified Moto:
- Yamaha Virago XV920R6-R  
- Yamaha XS650

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Gi-Bike is a connected, lightweight, electric folding bike. The creators aim to revolutionize and transform the way millions commute to work, they state that Gi-Bike has enough features to satisfy all the needs of the everyday commuter. To begin, the bike is foldable, it only takes 1 second and one motion to fold, and can easily be carried like a wheeled-luggage, it features electric assistance, knowing when you need help and will assist you with the electric engine...
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Foldylock is a new portable locking system to protect your bike, it combines the toughness of a U-lock with the versatility of a cable lock. Made from reinforced steel, and anti drilling rivets, itīs very compact, foldable, and built with steel bars (with a coating to help prevent damage to the bicycles paint), unlike other locks that use the more common steel chain, that rattles and may pose some weight and safety issues. With Foldylock the whole process is easier ...
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Looks like science fiction but it is not. This glider is the work of aeronautical engineer Aki Suokas from Finland and has just been presented publicly. The FlyNano is made entirely of carbon fiber, takes off and lands on water, it can be considered a mini-hylane. It can be purchased in all-electric or combustion engine, powered by gasoline. It can reach 140 kilometers per hour and fly up to three kilometers altitude.The first deliveries in the U.S. market are plann...
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