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Touareg 3 Qatar

The Touareg 3 Qatar recently presented at the Qatar Motorshow can be considered as the road version of the Race Touareg 3, that, a few weeks ago, triumphed in the 2011 edition of the Dakar Rally in South America. Featuring a 310 hp engine, it does 0-100 km/h in six seconds and is approved for use on the road, which forced some changes in the chassis.



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TRUNKMONKEY

Say goodbye to cumbersome bike racks, TrunkMonkey is the world’s first inflatable, portable bike carrier that is truly universal for all vehicles and all bikes! The innovative bike-carrying system is inflatable and designed to fit on virtually any vehicle. When not in use, simply deflate into a carrying pouch, and easily mount it to the seat post of any bike, or stow away in the trunk of your vehicle. With its lightweight, minimal design, TrunkMonkey is always ready...
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BMW R45 | BY MOTORECYCLOS | Image

BMW R45 | BY MOTORECYCLOS

Our latest custom motorbike crush comes from an Italian builder of Bari named Motorecyclos. We have featured several beemers before, and this is definitely up there with our favorites. We don´t have much info on this awesome BMW R45 transformation, but we will definitely keep an eye out for more builds rolling out of this garage. For now we invite you to drool over the cool pictures after the jump....
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2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SOFTAIL SLIM S

Harley Davidson have presented the new version of their popular Softail Slim, a minimalist, no-frills, clean ride for those who appreciate the feel of a bike more than how many accessories they can buy for it. The 2016 Harley Davidson Softail Slim S has been given a much appreciated military theme, with blacked-out engines and detailing, and an olive gold denim color option and graphics, giving it a very strong military character that harks back to the post-WWII era...
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