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Kawasaki S1 | By Twinline Motorcycles

Like most Fridays, we try to showcase a stunning motorbike find, this Friday is no exception. Today we feature a new discovery, custom motorcycle workshop "Twinline Motorcycles" of Seattle. We picked this awesome 1975 Kawasaki S1 conversion from their portfolio, a dark and subtle cafe racer with street fighter style head lights. Make sure your stop by their website and check out some more of their fine builds.



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RIPSAW EV2

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Ripsaw EV2, a menacing vehicle that represents the pinnacle of tracked vehicle design. Developed by extreme vehicles specialists Howe and Howe Technologies, the apocalypse ready luxury super tank is powered by an insane 600hp! it features a demilitarized Ripsaw platform that has been designed specifically for recreational use, a dream come true for extreme off‐road enthusiasts. Apparently, itís the fastest dual tracked vehicle ev...
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2014 LUCRA L148

US car manufacturer Lucra has revealed first details on their all-new L148 supercar. The super aerodynamic L148 features a one piece carbon fiber body and is powered by a 4.7 liter LS7 V8 engine, spitting out approximately 700hp and capable of accelerating from 0-60 time in around 2.5 seconds. The Lucra L148 is expected to make itís first public debut in Spring 2014, no official price has been been announced as yet....
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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 5Ē 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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