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Alfredo Wooden Bikes

Named in honor of Alfredo Binda, a legendary Italian cyclist, Alfredo Bikes is an Italian startup that makes beautifully crafted wood bicycles that not only blend elegance and function but also celebrate artisan tradition and the history of Italian competitive cycling. Made in limited production using only top quality materials and components, each bike is made by hand using the highest quality timber, a material that is not only lighter than traditional steel frames, but also softens vibrations and absorbs common road hazards better as well. The stylish wooden frames are also protected against adverse weather thanks to the transparent waterproofing treatment. You can choose from three configurations, with specs and prices available by request. Customers can also choose the type of wood, order the frame only, or choose custom components for their dream build.

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Arrows Mercedes G-Wagen

Based in Kawasaki, Japan, Arrows is a workshop brilliantly updating classic Mercedes with their "Classic Line" treatment. They specialize in returning the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the Mercedes G-Wagen back to their purest form, as seen by this beautiful example below. Arrows does not delve into upgrading the engine for more performance, but buyers are able to choose from donor cars. From a simple restoration to a full-fledged tear-down, they will incorporate a besp...
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Ralph Lauren has teamed up with EnglandĀ“s longest established bicycle manufacturer Pashley Cycles for this custom designed and hand-built 50 limited-edition bicycles to commemorate the Rugby Ralph Lauren Tweed Run. You can purchase one of the bikes or fancy your chances and enter to win your own custom Rugby 2011 Tweed Run Bike until October 1. ...
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BMW R1100GS Scrambler

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Netherlands-based Moto Adonis. This awesome build started as a BMW R1100GS from 1997, and was transformed into a stylish and cool scrambler. The bike was stripped to its essentials, the frame was completely rebuilt, and it was fitted with a new leather seat, a handmade rear fender with Bates style rearlight and small blinkers. At the front they replaced the duckface with a clean small fender, a headlight and a foglight. T...
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