stuff we drool about

THE FRENCH CONNECTION| BY DEUS CUSTOMS

Randy De Puniet, current Moto GP1 star commissioned Deus custom motorcycles this gorgeous Kawasaki W650 named "the French Connection". One of the requirements was the paint colors, orange, black, and white. The bike features a custom fitted SR500 tank with speedometer nestled on the front, a vintage style headlight supporting the tachometer, and custom front and rear guards encasing a pair of Firestones.



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Worn & Wound
GRACE URBAN E-BIKE | Image

GRACE URBAN E-BIKE

Grace is the world´s first street legal E-motorbike, it features a 500 to 1300 watts of power and reaches speeds of 45km/h, it is built with lothium-ion technology incased in a watertight and ultralight CNC-aluminium frame. It is custom built and handmade in Berlin Germany, you can choose from 3 different frame types and 64 different colors....
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LIGHTSKIN LED SEAT POST

Another great product to improve your security when cycling at night. The LightSkin LED Seat Post will alert other cyclists and motorists of your presence thanks to the 5 LED, waterproof lights built right in. No more stolen taillights, just replace your standard seat post with this stylish device and you are ready to roll for 50 hours on just 2 AA batteries! via...
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THE NATURAL | BY THE TARANTULAS | Image

THE NATURAL | BY THE TARANTULAS

The Tarantulas is a custom bike studio in NE Portland, they are a group of friends that specialize in building Cafe Motorcycles. They have built some sweet bikes, we have featured the "Smooth Criminal" a stunning custom Honda CB350. Today we feature another of their creations, a 1976 Honda CB750F SS, named "The Natural" , the bike was striped of all the useless crap, the result is a bike that is "Natural”. Brushed metal, gum rubber and leather looking vinyl were use...
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