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Ronin 47

When Harley Davidson stopped production of the Buell 1125 back in 2010, the founders of Ronin Motor Works created the Ronin Concept Motorcycle, a spectacular superbike that will continue on after the demise of the Buell 1125. Ronin 47 is built around the revolutionary engine and frame of the Buell, but has had a major facelift with many mechanical and cosmetic changes to give it a furiously aggressive streetfighter look. 47 refers to the number of Ronins being made, the price tag is of $38,000. via



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2015 URAL GEAR-UP

Carry your gear (or people) in style on your next adventure ride with the 2015 Ural Gear-Up motorcycle. The Gear-Up provides you space for your everyday needs, whether its camping gear, food, or other bulky stuff, youll no longer need to worry about strapping it to your bike, or back. The rugged Gear-up is designed to take a beating, and if terrain gets rough, you can quickly change between single-wheel drive and the unbelievable traction of dual-wheel drive with th...
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BLACKTRAIL BT-01 THE $80,000 ELECTRIC BICYCLE | Image

BLACKTRAIL BT-01 THE $80,000 ELECTRIC BICYCLE

This is the most expensive electric bike you can buy, this limited edition bike from pg-bikes will knock you back $80,000! Constructed of carbon fiber lightweight aerospace aluminum, titanium and magnesium, the BlackTrail BT-01 reaches speeds of 65mph thanks to its 1.2 kW engine embedded in its frame of 16kg, and can take it through 120 km of distance and amazingly, it all on a single charge of 2.5 hours of battery leather-clad 17Ah Li-ion. Only 667 available....
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TRIUMPH RUMBLER | BY TRIDAYS | Image

TRIUMPH RUMBLER | BY TRIDAYS

Triumph Scrambler, as you might of noticed, is one of our favorite motorbikes, we have featured some very cool custom Scramblers, by Spirit of the Seventies, and most recently a private custom by Jim Good. The guys from Tridays have customized this scrambler to perfection, they named it "The Rumbler". The bike accentuates the Scrambler’s classic good looks, and cranks the performance up a notch. sources: GBlog, Bikexif...
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