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Nero | By Bandit9

Bandit9 is a motorcycle design company based in Beijing, they design unique, custom built motorcycles. The latest stunner to roll out of their studio is a bike dubbed "Nero". It is a revamp of a Custom Chang Jiang 750, and was designed by Daryl Villanueva. He was inspired by the Giger creature from the movie "Alien". The bike is made mostly from custom Bandit9 parts, standout features have to be the unusual flat lines of the bike and the awesome matte black paint job. We shall definitely keep an eye on these guys.



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IF MODE | AREAWARE | Image

IF MODE | AREAWARE

The clean and striking IF Mode is aimed at commuters of the mobile generation who, until now, may have not considered cycling or folding bikes to be an option. IF Mode avoids oily chains, complex tubes with hidden dirt traps, and the clutter of traditional bike features....
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X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES | Image

X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES

Back in August this year Confederate Motorcycle collector James Hoegh made history breaking the land speed record for big block American V-twin engine motorcycles. He was riding a X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype on an average top speed of  172.211mph. Now Confederate are producing a limited edition of 36 handcrafted examples of this machine, for $72,000 you can own this record-breaking piece of motorcycle history. Watch the video and check out James Hoegh´s recor...
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HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO | Image

HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, it is clean, simple, reliable, and the perfect ride for a busy urban city. The bike is based on a Honda CB360 and was named "The Couch Surfer", in honor of the client, a young guy that lives, works, and parties downtown, and wanted a whippy little tracker that he could tear around the city, jump curbs, and have fun...
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