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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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FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550 | Image

FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550

"Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda CB550, but Federal Moto gave it their trademark makeup of classic lines and simple vintage accents, or as the guys put it: "simple lines, no bullshit, and just the right mix of old 70´s Honda and modern touches”....
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2016 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE | Image

2016 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE

This is the news that we have been waiting for! Triumph have presented the next generation of Bonneville motorcycles! The new range has been built from ground up and includes the all-new T120 and T120 Black models, they are more powerful (feature a new 1200cc water-cooled engine), have a new chassis and suspension, as well as a range of new rider aids. Triumph´s inspiration for the iconic British bike was the original 1959 Bonneville, incorporating the authentic loo...
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HONDA U3-X UNICYCLE | Image

HONDA U3-X UNICYCLE

This spectacular means of transport, uses balancing technology, developed originally for the Honda Asimo, the robot developed by Honda. It weighs just over 10kg, it features a padded seat, small folding pedals, a lithium battery which gives autonomy to the U3-X about an hour, and has a top speed of 6.4 km / h. Check out the amazing video! thanks Gonça for the link....
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