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Yamaha Xs650 Scrambler | By Left Hand Cycles

Left Hand Cycles is a custom bike workshop recently founded by Richard and Lex, two motorbike enthusiasts inspired by caferacing and motorcycles from the seventies. Their latest build is this Yamaha XS650 Scrambler named "The Transformer", we love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this. It includes the "Acid King" transformer kit, allowing you to choose between two faces, one as industrial caferacer look(which includes rusty tank, seen on last picture) or as a gentlemens Scrambler. How cool is that?



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BOOKMAN LIGHT | LED BICYCLE LIGHT | Image

BOOKMAN LIGHT | LED BICYCLE LIGHT

Swedish Stockholm based company Bookman has introduced a stylish, luminous and pocket-sized bicycle accessory, The Bookman Light. The tiny removable lights are very easy to apply, the square plastic case has an oversized rubber button and a groove for the attaching elastic cord. It features 3 flashing modes and is available in yellow, green, blue or black. ...
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ICON CJ3B 4X4 JEEP

A timeless classic. This recreation of the flat fender Willys is dramatically more capable than the original. Classic, short wheelbase with room for four and some gear. Optimal turning radius and maneuverability.  The CJ3B outdoes Willy with much-improved handling and a GM Ecotec 210-hp engine. Each ICON off-road vehicle is meticulously hand-built with new parts....
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LUCRA LC470

The LC470 is light, stiff, powerful, fast and perfectly balanced convertible sports racing car. A one-piece carbon fiber body fits the tubular steel chassis like a glove. Depending on the choice of GM motors mated to a close-ratio Tremec gearbox, the LC470 offers 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, a standing quarter mile in 9.1 secs, 150 mph over the mile line and top speeds above 180 mph....
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