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Can-Am Maverick X3

Can-Am is making its boldest statement yet with the new Maverick X3 ATV, a dirt beast powered by a 900cc turbocharged inline three-cylinder Rotax ACE engine rated to 154 horsepower at 7,500 RPM and 113 lb-ft of torque at 7,000. It is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds. The gearbox is a "high performance” CVT called QRS-X, and it is connected to 4WD. Its low seating arrangement is designed to encapsulate both driver and passenger so they feel connected to the vehicle’s every move, without compromising ground clearance at up to 15 inches that lets you glide trough rough terrain. Available in several packages and colors including our favorite, triple black. watch the video below



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Taylor Stitch
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Yamaha 04GEN | Image

Yamaha 04GEN

Yamaha have recently unveiled the fourth concept model of Yamaha´s Gen series, featuring semi-transparent body panels and a frame with a flowing, organic design. The impressive 04GEN features a monocoque frame that resembles the basic structure of a Vespa, and a semi-transparent resin bodywork allowing the internal structure of the scooter to be displayed. But the standout feature is undoubtedly the pivoting rear side panels that can be lifted to look like insect wi...
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MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER | Image

MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER

The well tested sub - construction was developed carefully along the lines of the Gentlemen´s racers that so much inspired Frausher to realise this unique watercraft. The classic shaft propulsion together with the exceptional hull design allows for perfect manoeuvring at all times....
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South Garage BMW R75/5 | Image

South Garage BMW R75/5

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italy´s South Garage. The spectacular build is based on a BMW R75/5 from 1979, and it was given the name "Nerboruta”, an Italian term used to describe something brawny, muscular and sinewy, which perfectly reflects the bike’s presence. After stripping the beauty to its barest essentials, the Milan-based crew went to work on handcrafting the parts and pieces to give Nerboruta a stance that earns its name. Wood grain accent...
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