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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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LAMBORGHINI REVENTON ROADSTER | Image

LAMBORGHINI REVENTON ROADSTER

Lamborghini presents the ultimate driving machine, The 6.5 liter twelve-cylinder generates 493 kW (670 PS), catapulting the Roadster from 0 to 100 Km/h (0 to 62 mph) in 3.4 seconds and onwards to a top speed of 330 KM/h (205 mph). The open-top Reventón is not only one of the fastest, but also one of the most exclusive cars in the world – Lamborghini has limited the series to only 20....
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YAMAHA SR 400 | BY FARMERS RACER | Image

YAMAHA SR 400 | BY FARMERS RACER

Smaland countryside in Sweden is famous for it’s gravel roads and stonewalls, it was there that some Swedish farmers and local industrial workers built and raced self made motorcycles. Inspired by this chapter of Swedish motorcycle history, of farmers and industrial workers competing on two wheels, Farmer´s Racer was born. Designer Lars Gustavsson creates beautifully crafted motorcycles with farming trends. Here we show you a Yamaha SR 400 from 1984 named Autumn Rac...
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Jaguar I-PACE

Jaguar have presented their first-ever electric vehicle. The Jaguar I-PACE is an electric performance SUV, and will surely rival with the recently launched Tesla Model X. Jaguar claims it will have a range from a single charge of 310 miles (meaning drivers with an average daily commute will only need to recharge the vehicle once a week), and will be able to accelerate from 0-62mph in about four seconds (meaning it will rival all but the very quickest of sports cars)...
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