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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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KIT BIKE | A BICYCLE IN A BAG | Image

KIT BIKE | A BICYCLE IN A BAG

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot design award, Kit Bike is a minimal white bicycle that can easily be dismantled/assembled and carried in a circular leather backpack! Designed by Lucid Design, the unconventional and lightweight ride is made of 21 parts that easily twist and lock together using a rotating mechanism and secured with a key. The bag is divided into 3 sections to store the 2 wheels and all the bicycle components. via watch the cool video...
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Porsche 911 LuftAuto | Image

Porsche 911 LuftAuto

Luftgekuhlt is a brand founded by two-time Le Mans class winner Patrick Long and creative director Howie Idelson to pay tribute to all air-cooled cars in the Porsche world. The brand recently released a special car designed for a special purpose (it was auctioned for $275,000 at the Autumn Leaves Project, a charity dedicated to pancreatic cancer research). Named LuftAuto, the rally-style 911 from 1985 was designed in form and function to be both a daily driver as we...
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BMW R75/6 | BY MARIA RIDING COMPANY | Image

BMW R75/6 | BY MARIA RIDING COMPANY

Our latest custom motorbike crush comes from a workshop in Lisbon - Portugal. Maria Riding Company is a brand inspired by the real emotions of the past, perfectly crafted into special rides for the last true essence seekers. They deliver extraordinary and unconventional rides, just like this beautiful BMW R75/6 conversion, they named it "Panzer". It was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a simple and clean machine. Great color scheme...
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