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Honda Xr650 | By Daniel Peter

The "Cabin Fever” is based on a Honda XR650 which you can hardly see after the work done by Daniel Peter, a professional photographer and fervent lover of motorbikes, whom when not shooting is cruising around on this stunner. When he first thought of modifying a motorcycle, he was far from imagining that his XR650 would be the chosen one, it had the characteristics that Daniel was looking for but the look was far from what he desired and thats what made him indecisive, anyway, he finally decided to go ahead and did this amazing job. More photos after the jump.

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Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition

Ford have presented a spectacular tribute in honor of the 1966 Le Mans-winning GT40 Mark II, a limited edition of new 2017 GT supercar. The Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition borrows the well-known livery of shadow black with silver stripes (in a choice of matte or glossy) and graphics of the number 2 car driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon back in 1966. The special edition also features 20-inch forged aluminum wheels in a gold satin finish, and carbon fibre seats cover...
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The Californian manufacturer Frisker, best known for itīs electric sports car called Karma, officially presented itīs station wagon model, dubbed the Surf at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany. The sporty station wagon should use an electrical assembly very similar the Karma, 408 horsepower, 0 to 60mh in just 5.8 seconds, reaches a top speed of 120mh and runs 50 miles until the gasoline power generator is activated. The Surf will be available in 2013....
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Throttle Rocker lets you enjoy hours of riding without experiencing wrist fatigue, it is an inexpensive alternative to a motorcycle cruise control! The ingenious accessory wraps snugly around the throttle grip, allowing you to use downward pressure from the heel of your hand, instead of squeezing the grip to operate the throttle. This means less fatigue and cramping of your hand! Pick one up from Town Moto, or from Amazon...
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