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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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STROMER ST2 ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

STROMER ST2 ELECTRIC BIKE

The ST2 is the new digitally connected e-bike by Swiss brand Stromer, it integrates Bluetooth, GPS and GSM systems. With an understated and minimalist design its technical features sure are a nice surprise, with a redesigned engine of 500 Watts, an impressive 35 Nm of torque and a very long range, of up to 90 miles. These numbers are impressive, but the positive features just keep adding up, you get a frame integrated battery, that you can charge on the bike, or tak...
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CONNOR WOOD BICYCLES | Image

CONNOR WOOD BICYCLES

Connor Wood Bicycles from Denver Colorado, are specialists in creating rideable works of art, they hand sculpt, individually crafted, beautiful wood bicycles, using sustainable American hardwoods. The bikes really standout from the crowd, they are hand-sculpted in ash and walnut woods, and are protected with with durable marine spar varnish. The distinct bikes are unbelievably smooth to ride and are available in three styles, Woody cruiser, Woody Scorcher, and Woody...
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PORSCHE 918 SPYDER X MARTINI RACING | Image

PORSCHE 918 SPYDER X MARTINI RACING

It´s official! Porsche has released a series of photos of the limited edition 918 Spyder decorated with the colors of Martini Racing. Porsche´s association with the Martini Racing has lasted for nearly 40 years, enjoying great success with the championship-winning Martini Racing Team of the 70s. The supercar, powered by a V8 engine, has a combined power of 770 hp and is capable of 325 km/h maximum speed. The Spyder will also be able to reach 150 km/h in all-electric...
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