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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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Worn & Wound
THE MAGPUL RONIN MOTORBIKE | Image

THE MAGPUL RONIN MOTORBIKE

The Ronin is an impressive concept bike designed on the basis of a Buell 1125R with many mechanical and cosmetic changes to a furiously aggressive streetfighter look. The cooling radiator positioned directly in front position on the fork ... which says a lot about the capacity of the beast. Built by hand, only 47 of these are available....
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DOMINATOR TRACK SYSTEM

With the Dominator Track System you can easily transform your beloved vehicle into a snowmobile! Developed by American Track Truck, the track kit is specially designed to fit nearly all common passenger vehicles, converting it into an off-road a track truck capable of easily accessing places tires cant go, such as snow, ice, mud, swamps and other harsh terrains. The Dominators are available in two sizes and allow for easy one-person installation, with no other modif...
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DIGITAL BIKE MIRROR

If you spend a lot of your time cycling in busy city centers, this is definitely a handy gadget. The "Hindsight 30" by Cerevellum is a digital mirror for your bike, you can see who´s behind you via a 3.5" transflective LCD screen. The head-unit attaches to the handlebars in front of the stem it is easily seen and most protected. The small camera unit attaches to the seat post and faces rearward providing you with a clear view of what is behind you....
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