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Triumph Scrambler | By Spirit Of The Seventies

Triumph Scrambler is originally a great-looking bike, but the guys at Spirit of the Seventies just made it look even better. The S6 Triumph 904 dirt Twin is a unique custom street-scrambler based on an 2005 Triumph Scrambler. They made the bike much lighter(both in looks and in weight), a lot sharper and faster with a tuned 904cc engine, making it a lot noisier, and giving it more torque.

Photos by: Grant Robinson




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BICYCLE CAMPER TRAILER | BY KAMP-RITE | Image

BICYCLE CAMPER TRAILER | BY KAMP-RITE

Bushtrekka is a trailer developed specifically for bicycle touring, perfect for the bicycle or camping enthusiast. It not only provides ample storage space(over 41 gallons) for all your travel gear, it also features an innovative and unique oversized tent that conveniently folds away atop the trailer. The trailer also features fully adjustable leveling jacks to ensure sleeping comfort no matter what terrain your setting up on....
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ICON FJ44 PETERSON SPECIAL

Jonathan Ward’s Californian-based company ICON 4x4 has made a name for re-engineering legendary off-roaders, including Ford Broncos and Toyota FJs. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their garage is the beastly FJ44, called the Petersen Special. This is their most advanced build so far, with impressive upgrades such as a supercharged E-rod V8 engine with 540HP (pushing it from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds), an optimized transmission, and a set of custom Brembo brakes and ...
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ICON E-FLYER ELECTRIC BIKE

Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks. Recentlly the brand has expanded its focus, and this week has presented a very cool electric bike. The ICON E-Flyer is inspired by the board racers of the World War I era, each is handmade and is equipped with a 3,500 watt Brushless DC Hub-Motor giving it a top speed of 35mph, and a 52v Li-NMC battery pack, good for up to 35 miles of sustained propulsion on a single charge. Limi...
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