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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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CONTORTIONIST FOLDING BIKE | BY DOMINIC HARGREAVES | Image

CONTORTIONIST FOLDING BIKE | BY DOMINIC HARGREAVES

We donīt normally post prototypes, but occasionally, if we find something really special we have to feature it. Designer Dom Hargreaves entered the James Dyson Award to try and gain funding to take this folding bike forward. Most folding bikes are not as compact as this bike when folded, the Contortionist folds completely into the space of the wheels 26in circumference, and leaves a nice little pull handle for you to drag the bike around. The bike didnīt go into pro...
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CONFEDERATE G2 P51 COMBAT FIGHTER | Image

CONFEDERATE G2 P51 COMBAT FIGHTER

American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles have recently formalized the release of their new monstrous streetfighter, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter. The chopper-inspired beast is powered by an impressive 200hp air-cooled V-Twin engine, featuring 170Nm of torque, and is built entirely out of 6061 aerospace billet aluminum. A total of 61 P51 Combat Fighter special editions are scheduled to be crafted, 31 in raw machined billet ($113,900), and 30 in black ($119,500)....
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SUPER DUC DUCATI

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Fuller Moto is a one-of-a-kind custom car and motorcycle design shop owned by petrolhead Bryan Fuller. Bryan wanted a custom dirt bike to ride at the 6000-acre Durhamtown off road resort, and around the streets of downtown Atlanta. Known as the "Super Duc” this work of art is based on a 1960s Ducati 250 Scrambler and was built meticulously by hand from the ground up. Distinguishing features include the centre-mounted twin rear shocks, vi...
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