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Kott Motorcycles

Kott Motorcycles from LA specialize in the fabrication and design of vintage motorcycles, namely bikes from the 1970’s Honda CB series. Their builds have a cafe racer inspiration and are stripped-down to the essentials to simplify and bring functionality back into antiquated machines. The end result are these stunning works of art, ergonomic and elegant machines that embrace their original vintage soul. Head over to their website for a complete list of their builds.



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OVERLAP BIKES

Overlap Bikes is a recent startup from Portugal, they build single speeds, fixies and internally geared bikes, with sleek details that set them apart. Two models are currently available, the Pura, a single speed road bike, and the Gentelman´s Racer, with 8 gears. Details include a Brooks saddle, Lightskin seatpost, and integrated anti-theft tracker, but you can talk with the guys and have a custom built ride. ...
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BMW R69S | BY ER MOTORCYCLES

After two stunning BMW conversions (BMW R60/7, BMW R80) Blaz Sustarsic from Er Motorcycles has contacted us with news on his new spectacular beemer. Based on a BMW R69S back from the 1960’s, the Voltron (named after a giant titanium robot from an old animated TV series) is a mixture of modern and vintage style with emphasis on clean lines and visual simplicity. more photos after the jump. This retro-futuristic ride is up for auction, more details via thei...
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MCLAREN 675LT

This is it! McLarens latest baby, the impressive 675LT will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 3 March 2015. The stunning coupe is powered by an insane 3.8-liter V8 engine that delivers 666 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, enabling it to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100kph) in just 2.9 seconds, and hit a top speed of 205mph (330kph). The road legal beast will be available in the famous heritage McLaren Orange, plus four new bespoke exterior colors. F...
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