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P120 Fighter | By Confederate Motorcycles

This is a beast of a bike, the Combat Fighter has an aircraft-grade aluminum chassis and is driven by a huge V-twin, 160 horsepower engine. This monstrosity has a  torque of 135 ft. lbs. at the rear wheel, making it more powerful than the Yamaha V-Max. Other Confederate bikes we have featured: B120 Wraith, Hellcat combat. Photos by Basem Wasef



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Worn & Wound
LAND ROVER DEFENDER ICARUS | Image

LAND ROVER DEFENDER ICARUS

Land Rover Defender Icarus is the ultimate camper conversion built by South African company Alu-Cab. Jeremy Bergh and his team at Alu-Cab wanted to build the ultimate overlander, and we must agree, the Icarus Defender is undoubtedly a very impressive vehicle. It accommodates two people comfortably without compromising on storage space, it was fitted with a built-in tent that opens in seconds and is accessed from inside the camper, a fold-away stove, bright Lumeno li...
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ROSSI SIXTYSIX CAR | BY PURE ROSSI | Image

ROSSI SIXTYSIX CAR | BY PURE ROSSI

Based on a new C6 Corvette the Rossi SixtySix is the first of its breed, equiped with a 450 bhp @ 6000 rpm engine this is some machine. Pure Rossi Cars are built in limited numbers, they are  in essence, the perfect blend of individual expression and assured technological credentials....
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON LIVEWIRE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE | Image

HARLEY-DAVIDSON LIVEWIRE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

Harley-Davidson is about to change. The iconic brand have introduced the LiveWire, a step toward the future. The Project LiveWire Experience is a research project into the viability of an electric two-wheeler for the bar-and-shield brand, it will take the bike on a 30-city tour across America to gather feedback from consumers before actually going into mass production. So what do you think? Is electricity the way to go even for Harley? Curious? Check out a gr...
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