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Yamaha Xj750 | By Dream Wheels Heritage

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Portugal-based Dream Wheels Heritage. The bike, a Yamaha XJ750 was bought in Germany in a miserable state and Dream Wheels put their magic and creativity to work and created a stunning conversion, changing completely the look and style of the bike. The XJ750 is a rare model when it comes to custom building, but the guys have done a wonderful job on this sleek scrambler. More photos after the jump



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DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS | Image

DIABOLA V35 C | BY VENIER CUSTOMS

Venier Customs are an Italian based studio that customize motorcycles. Their intent is to simplify and remove all the cheap and unnecessary parts from mass produced motorbikes. Their bikes are restored, redesigned and rebuilt using top quality parts while keeping the structure of the bike intact. Their latest creation is the stunning Diabola V35 C, the result of a  redesign based on a Moto Guzzi V 35 C from the eighties....
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ARIEL NOMAD

The same guys behind the spectacular Ariel Atom high-performance supercar, have introduced, the outrageously fun-looking, Nomad. The two-seat rugged off-roader is powered by a Honda 2.4-liter four-cylinder iVTEC engine, delivering an impressive 235 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque! The lightweight buggy(just 1,477 pounds) can hit 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, and reach a top speed of 125mph. You can choose to customize your Nomad for what you want to do and exactly ho...
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IFLASH ONE | MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS | Image

IFLASH ONE | MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

iFlash One is a minimal bike light by design studio Kibisi. The lights are attached to magnetic bases that are permanently fixed to your bike, this allows the user to easily remove the lights to avoid theft. The lights can then be connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage....
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