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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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PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT | Image

PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT

Peugeot’s new design team just released these images of a concept bicycle dubbed the B1K.  Sculpted as a race bike, it features a chainless drivetrain, carbon fiber construction and scant few details on the rest of the design....
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MOTOPED

If you´re a petrolhead and a DIY fan, the Motoped conversion kit is the perfect project. Motoped is a fusion of a dirt bike and a mountain bike, to build it you simply need to gather an old Honda XR50/CRF50 engine and an old mountain bike that you can strip. The rest, such as frame, swing arm, jack shaft, bottom bracket, rear hub, etc… will be provided in the kit. Your end and proud result is a 4-stroke motorized bike that you can pedal or ride off-road. watch the v...
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BMW R100S Black Baron

Our latest custom motorbike crush is this beastly beamer by Denmark’s Relic Motorcycles. The donor bike started as a BMW R100S (it was actually an old police bike) from the 80s, and was striped to its essentials. The old rear section of the frame was removed, and the centre rear section of the frame was extended in order to mount a Biltwell Harley solo seat on, that features twin rows of LED brakelights underneath. It was also fitted with twin Hagon 420mm shocks, wi...
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