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Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black

Triumph has just revealed the Bobber Black, a darker, meaner and stronger version of their popular Bonneville Bobber, the fastest-selling Triumph ever produced. The blacked out version is more than just a new color option, as Triumph has added a fat front wheel, dual disc brakes, thicker forks and a number of other upgrades. Power comes from the 1200cc 77 horsepower and 106 Nm High Torque engine, while switchable traction control and ABS are offered as standard equipment. It comes in a choice of jet black or matte black with price and arrival date to be confirmed.



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THE SALANDER | BY ZADIG MOTORCYCLES | Image

THE SALANDER | BY ZADIG MOTORCYCLES

Based in Belgium, Zadig Motorcycles have rolled out of their garage this stunning custom motorcycle named - The Salander. Based on a 1979 Honda CJ250T, the bike has an utilitarian character achieved by the rough-round-the-edges finish, and features a vintage Brooks bicycle seat and a bare fuel tank carved with artistic flair, that compliment the raw look perfectly. On a side note, Zadig Motorcycles raises money building bikes to help children inflicted by lif...
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2016 TRIUMPH STREET TWIN

The 2016 Triumph Street Twin is a classic Triumph designed for customization, it features a new 900 cc inline two-cylinder high torque engine with liquid cooling, and sports most of the electronic gadgetry that is incorporated on the other Bonneville models, namely the ride-by-wire throttle with traction control, ABS, switchable traction control, LED lighting, and USB port on the headstock. They also claim this model is 36% more fuel efficient than its predecessor. ...
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PORSCHE 356 OUTLAW ROADSTER

Rod Emory restores Porsche 356 coupes and convertibles at his shop in northern Los Angeles. His company "Emory Motosports” are specialists in customising the Porsche 356s since the late 1980s. The timeless model was taken out of production in 1956 but has since remained a favorite of car collectors worldwide. Dubbed the "Outlaw”, this modern take on the classic sports car has been updated with some premium flourishes for the exterior and interior, including rally-st...
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