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2012 Savage Rivale Roadyacht Gts

Dutch car manufacturer Savage Rivale will be producing the first four-door convertible supercar. With a 670 HP V8 engine under the hood, the Rivale Roadyacht GTS will be capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds, while top speed goes up to an impressive 205 mph. Savage Rivale’s Roadyacht GTS is one of the most exclusive vehicles in the world, only 20 units will be available in three colors. Watch the video

photos by Christian Kalse




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CACTUS TONGUE BIKE HANGER | Image

CACTUS TONGUE BIKE HANGER

The Cactus Tongue Bike Hanger lets you hang your bike on the wall with style. Made from stainless steel and leather, the Cactus Tongue combines strength and timeless looks that will fit with any decor. You can hang your prized possession and showcase it horizontally by its crossbar, or vertically by the handlebar or seat post. Its very compact and really well designed, ideal if you live in a flat or dont have access to outside space. Learn more from Cactus Tongue...
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BAIK BICYCLE

The Baik Bicycle is the epitome of a minimalist bike. The stunning creation was idealized by Spanish designer Ion Lucin, whom wanted a bike with as little elements and lines as possible. Viewed from the side the sleek bicycle is just mate black, and only from an angle view, you can appreciate the bright color scheme in yellow and orange. Also designed was a beautiful branding that follows the minimal idea, as with the bicycle, when seen from above, it has a black to...
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1978 HONDA CB750 | BY CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES | Image

1978 HONDA CB750 | BY CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Montreal-based Clockwork Motorcycles, a talented team that has given this 1978 Honda CB750 a sleek all-black makeover. The stealth bike was striped to its essentials, and no parts were left untouched, they rebuilt the engine and exhaust system, and fitted new rear shocks, new wiring, a custom leather seat, a modified oil tank and hand made side cover with a brushed, blacked-out metal effect (also applied to the fuel tank’...
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