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Rapha Waterproof Bike Packs

The new Waterproof Bike Packs by Rapha ensure that your gear stays dry and securely accommodated wile commuting on your bike. You have different sizes to choose from, from 1 ltr up to 20. Every model is built with extreme care and is easily mounted using several frame options for the model you choose such as the Rear Pack, the Bar Pack, the Frame Pack or the Top Tube Pack, they are all waterproof and built using rugged materials. They are also safety concerned so you get reflective material to ensure you’re seen, and the interior is in high visibility material to make sure you always find what you’re looking for. High quality velcro straps and zippers will withstand heavy-duty use.



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e-Moke

The ultimate beach buggy is returning to production, but now in electric form! The much-loved 60s classic Mini Moke was originally designed to be a military vehicle, but quickly became a popular "cult” vehicle for its fun and also practical side, its robustness and the feeling of freedom that you enjoy whist driving. Now the company have presented a new electric e-Moke, with a top speed of 25 mph and a range of 40 miles. A gas-engine model will also be produced, cap...
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YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS

Another stunning custom Yamaha by Greg Hageman from Docs Chops. We had featured recently another of his customs, a Mid-80s Virago Cafe built for Season Two of Cafe Racer on the Discovery Channel. His latest build is this radical 1982 Yamaha Virago transformation, another eye-popping café racer. Check out Greg´s talent for transforming rusty bikes into beautiful machines on his website. source images by: erick runyon...
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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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