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Yamaha Xjr 1300 | By Wrenchmonkees

New breathtaking custom by one of our favorite motorbike custom shops Wrenchmonkees, based in Copenhagen. The Monkee #55 is a stunning conversion of a Yamaha XJR 1300, the guys pushed all boundaries and created something unique and out of the ordinary, an inspirational bike for XJR fans. We love the color scheme on this.

Check out some other stunning Wrenchmonkees conversions we have featured:
- HD sportster XLCH
- Honda CX 500
- Harley Davidson Sportster
- BMW R100RT




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LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO

To celebrate the 100th birthday of its founder Feruccio Lamborghini, the Italian supercar maker have presented the mind-blowing Lamborghini Centenario. The beastly machine will punch out an impressive 770 hp enough to propel it to 62 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds and on to a top speed in excess of 217 mph. The Centenario is built around a carbon monocoque with an array of intakes, outlets, and ducts throughout to make this one of the most aerodynamically efficient L...
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KAYAK 1 | BY MCLELLAN JACOBS | Image

KAYAK 1 | BY MCLELLAN JACOBS

Kayak 1 is a stunning boat craft, it features a minimalist design fused with rich materials. It is the result of a collaboration between New Zealand designers Jamie McLellan and Andy Jacobs. Kayak 1 is a lightweight, single person recreational vessel, built using carbon fibre by America´s Cup boat builders in New Zealand, with timber detailing made by the country´s most highly regarded furniture maker. Kayak 1 can be ordered in different finishes and materials...
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PICYCLE ELECTRIC BIKE | BY PI MOBILITY | Image

PICYCLE ELECTRIC BIKE | BY PI MOBILITY

The PiCycle is not simply a motorized bicycle, it is a new hybrid electric bicycle, an eco-bike, with a propulsion system that can be used by pedaling or by a motor. Unlike other electric bicycles, which are usually charged on a common electrical outlet, the PiCycle uses human power, when riding you charge the battery in a sustainable manner....
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