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Bmw M Bike

BMW M Bike will be produced in limited edition for the fans of the brand. Sales will begin in June at some dealers ed by the German automaker and the site www.bmw-shop.com. The front suspension Manitou Match has 80 mm stroke, the 27-speed transmission and hydraulic disc brakes are Shimano SLX. Available from June.



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Win this Ural Motorcycle and SUP

Every once in a while, we come across a contest so unique and gnarly, we have to share it too. Ural have teamed up with SUP manufacturer BOTE for this one-of-a-kind Ural Tourist Sidecar Motorcycle & Blackout BOTE HD Board package giveaway. One lucky winner will score a prize worth more than $15,000, all you have to do is enter the competition from now until May 31 for a chance to win this cool build. Simply head to boatboard.com and enter your email address to r...
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LAND ROVER DEFENDER D90 KESWICK GREEN | Image

LAND ROVER DEFENDER D90 KESWICK GREEN

The motoring masterminds at Cool & Vintage have rolled out of their workshop in Portugal, their latest masterpiece, a restored 2008 Land Rover Defender 90 in the perfect shade of Keswick Green. If we were to describe perfection, weŽd probably use these images. The guys really stepped up their game for this immaculate build, besides all the hours put in mechanical work, they finished it in a sublime color scheme, we love the way the green paint combines beautiful...
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FEROX AZARIS

The crazy Ferox Azaris is a six wheeled off-road advanced vehicle with four hydraulic motors. Unlike a conventional electric motor, or indeed an internal-combustion engine, each motor is driven by a liquid that is 95 percent water. Fluid is pumped into ports inside the wheel hub, which pushes on a series of gates tasked with rotating the outer housing of the motor and, in turn, the wheel to which they are attached. A BMW R1200GS motorbike engine powers the pump, whi...
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