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City Bike | By Need Supply & Carytown Bike Company

Online clothing boutique Need Supply have teamed up with Carytown Bike Company for this exclusive, very stylish city bike. The bike has a minimal look, but it took months of talks, planning, color schemes and frame ions to come up with the final result. The bike features some great details, a leather Regal saddle, Continental Sport tyres, and a sleek leather tape handlebar.




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New Legend x Iron & Resin 1978 Jeep Wagoneer | Image

New Legend x Iron & Resin 1978 Jeep Wagoneer

The good people at California´s clothing/moto lifestyle brand Iron & Resin, and New Legend 4×4 (makes some of the most sought-after vintage restorations out there), have teamed up again for this gorgeous Jeep Wagoneer from 1978. After collaborating on a 1972 International Scout II, New Legend hit Iron & Resin up to collaborate on another stunning vehicle. The teams preserved the original aesthetic and design of the Wagoneer, while provi...
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Vagabund RXV Triumph Bobber

Vagabund Moto´s latest creation, the RXV Bobber, is a testament to their exceptional craftsmanship and unique style. This Triumph Bobber 1200 collaboration with ClassicBike Raisch showcases a sleek and bold design that captures attention. With custom-made components, such as a Polyamide 12 rear end, laser-cut steel, and aluminum parts, this turnkey bike is ready to hit the road. Notable features of the RXV Bobber include a custom subframe with a ...
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Jeep Five-Quarter

For the 53rd annual off-road fan fest in Moab, Utah, Jeep has collected a bunch of sweet pickup-truck concepts to celebrate the return of the famous Gladiator pickup truck. But, the star of the show, is the only one not based on a current Gladiator pickup or Wrangler, it is instead this beastly custom based on the 1968 Jeep M715 military truck. The Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter started out as a Craigslist purchase, which was stripped to the bare bones, keeping all the cla...
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