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X132 Hellcat | By Confederate Motorcycles

American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles recently formalized the release of their monstrous streetfighter, the X132 Hellcat. The beast is powered by an impressive V-twin 2163cc 132 BHP engine and with 200Nm of torque, it is capable of tearing your arms out(not true...but close). It comes equipped with an Aircraft Aircraft-Grade Billet aluminum frame and carbon fiber wheels enabling it to maintain a weight below 230 kg. The bike will be produced in limited numbers(only 160 per year) and will sell for an equally impressive $50,000.

Also check out these other striking bikes by Confederate Motorcycles:
- B120 Wraith 
- P120 Fighter
- Hellcat Combat 




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BAR MITTS

Commuting on a bicycle with cold weather can be an unpleasant experience, unless, you are protected from the elements, with sub-zero temperatures the hands are always the weak link. Meet Bar Mitts, they provide the definitive solution to this problem, a sure cure for cold fingers. The neoprene covers fit over your handlebars and provide warm compartments for your hands, they can be used with regular cycling gloves with plenty of room to brake and shift n...
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PORSCHE 911 TARGA | BY SINGER | Image

PORSCHE 911 TARGA | BY SINGER

Singer Vehicle Design are dedicated to restoring and optimizing the world’s most respected high performance vehicles through modern techniques and unique and fresh perspectives. Their specialty is the iconic Porsche 911, where they perform restoration and state of the art modifications to clients’ vehicles, updating performance, aesthetics and modern day usability. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this stunning Porsche 911 Targa, an awesome be...
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BMW R1100GS Scrambler

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Netherlands-based Moto Adonis. This awesome build started as a BMW R1100GS from 1997, and was transformed into a stylish and cool scrambler. The bike was stripped to its essentials, the frame was completely rebuilt, and it was fitted with a new leather seat, a handmade rear fender with Bates style rearlight and small blinkers. At the front they replaced the duckface with a clean small fender, a headlight and a foglight. T...
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