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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 used.



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ARVAK BICYCLE | Image

ARVAK BICYCLE

Designer Paul Guerin and wood craftsman Till Breitfuss got together to create Keim, a company that manufactures bikes made from ash wood with unprecedented rigidity and lightness. Their wonderfully streamlined Arvak Bicycle is a true work of art, the minimalist, simple and clean-lined ride, is the result of the designers quest for the "perfect bicycle". Arvak´s lightweight frame is completely hollow, and made from a composite of 24 layers of laminated vacuum bonded ...
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STORMTROOPER MOTORCYCLE SUIT | Image

STORMTROOPER MOTORCYCLE SUIT

One for the Star Wars fans...We have seen these suits across the web for some time and decided to do a feature in case you missed them. These are real, officially licensed motorcycle suits! Made by UD Replicas and inspired by the classic STAR WARS imperial armor, each suit comes complete with built-in CE-approved body armor for fully protection and features incredible attention to detail. Two versions are available, Shadow Trooper black or the classic Stormtrooper i...
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BICYCLE WINE RACK

We have featured before some very original bicycle accessories: the "Road Popper", the "6 pack holder"... Featured here, is the leather bicycle wine rack, it secures your wine bottle tightly to the frame of your bike when ridding to your dinner destination. Just be careful peddling home!...
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