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Moto Guzzi | By Kaffeemaschine

KaffeeMaschine is a custom bike workshop in Hamburg, Germany. It is run by Moto Guzzi fanatic Axel Budde, he is an expert in building amazing Moto Guzzi cafe racers. Featured here is his latest creation, the Kaffeemaschine #6, a bike based on the classic 1980 Moto Guzzi Le Mans, it was commissioned by a British motorcycle racer, he wanted a simple, fast, red and white bike with  cast wheels. Head over to Kaffeemaschine´s website for more stunning creations by the very talented Mr. Budde. source




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HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS | Image

HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS

Sometime ago we featured the very popular Surf Bike by Deus Customs, a custom motorbike equipped with an easy on/off surf-rack system built into the frame. This time around Deus have customized this awesome Husqvarna TE250 also with the option of the surf-rack. This is a a bike designed to spend 90 per cent of its life off-road, perfect ride for hitting the beach in style....
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TESLA MODEL X

It´s official! After years of spy pictures and teaser images, electric carmaker Tesla have finally launched the "Model X” a spectacular SUV with electric drive. Ellon Musk first unveiled a prototype X back in 2012, and now its here! and first impressions suggest it was worth the wait. The X´s gorgeous design features a panoramic windshield, and amazing rear passenger doors named "falcon wing” doors, because they lift like the wings of a bird, and has ample seating f...
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TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA | Image

TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA

The Taurus as the designer hails it, is a zero emission, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle that moves on two wheels. Essentially an enhanced Segway with a saddle, the all-electric vehicle needs to be controlled by the body balance of  the rider. You can control the speed by leaning forward or backward, while the steering wheel can be used to change the direction on curves, apart from your body balance....
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