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SLAMMER BAGGER | CUSTOM HONDA VT 1300

The research and development departments of North American Honda unveiled three concept bikes that show that the VT 1300 range can be used as a basis for Americans to create new custom bikes. The "Slammer" (featured here) is sleek and incorporates a fully adjustable suspension, plus navigation system NAV/Multimedia sound system with 500 watts. The 2011 Honda Stateline Slammer Bagger Concept was designed by Erik Dunshee. Via



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1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA | Image

1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA

Over the past years we have featured many custom bike builds, but none as unusual and unique as this. This minimalist work of art is a creation by Japanese renowned motorcycle builder/artist Chicara Nagata. Not much info on this build, all we know is this thing looks stellar, check out more beautiful photos of the bike in detail after the jump. sources: pipeburn, megadeluxe...
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NECK DPS AIRBAG | BY SPIDI | Image

NECK DPS AIRBAG | BY SPIDI

Spidi is a world leader company on motorcycle apparel and accessories, over the years they have won awards for their innovative safety ideas. The DPS Airbag System weighs only 480 grams and takes only 0.2 seconds to fully inflate, a double cushion will wrap around the riderīs neck and clavicle area, working along the helmet for a never seen before level of safety. An essential device for such a sensible area in case of crash. The airbag is available integrated in th...
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HELLCAT COMBAT MOTORCYCLE BY CONFEDERATE | Image

HELLCAT COMBAT MOTORCYCLE BY CONFEDERATE

The Combat by Matt Chambers Confederate Motorcycle Company of Birmingham, features a design specific hand ported and polished head design, special camshaft grind, retuned intake system and retuned exhaust system, which harmoniously result in a 12% gain in rear wheel horsepower and a 4% increase in rear wheel torque. Only 20 editions will ever exist....
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