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The Bomb Runner | By Rough Crafts

One of are most popular posts was the "Iron Guerilla" an amazing custom of a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. It was executed to perfection by bike builders in Taiwan called Rough Crafts. After the huge hype of the "Iron Guerilla" they decided to build a series No.2 and with all the upgrades, they named it "The Bomb Runner". The bike is a 2011 Sportster Forty-Eight 1200 and features the same "dark iron" look but it has a different silhouette, higher rear shock with a tail section, down tank and short front forks, and a super aggressive lean forward look.



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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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BUDNITZ NO2 TITANIUM PARATROOPER EDITION

The popular Budnitz city bike Model No.2 Titanium is now available in seven handpainted colors, our favorite, this beautiful Matte Paratrooper Green, inspired by the bicycles used by the Swedish Army Parachute Corps in WWII. We love the contrast of the flat olive green with the brushed titanium details....
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BIASCAGNE CICLI

Biascagne Cicli (cycles) is an Italian custom bike studio in Treviso. It is owned by two friends with a lot of passion, patience and great taste. Their restyling begins from racing bikes that have been forgotten in garages and attics. Then they initialize a time-consuming work, nothing is chosen at random, the components on each bike are not easy to find. But the end result is magnificent, pure Italian elegance. If you love custom bicycles you must browse around the...
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