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1975 Honda Cb 550 | By Seaweed & Gravel

Our latest custom build crush comes from Seaweed and Gravel, a custom motorcycle workshop in southern California. The 1975 Honda CB 550 was stripped to its basics and rebuilt as a simple, clean, minimalist bike with an aggressive, low stance. The matte black paint job is beautifully complemented with satin and gloss finishes, with stylish brown leather details to add some contrast.



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1978 HONDA CB750 | BY CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES | Image

1978 HONDA CB750 | BY CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Montreal-based Clockwork Motorcycles, a talented team that has given this 1978 Honda CB750 a sleek all-black makeover. The stealth bike was striped to its essentials, and no parts were left untouched, they rebuilt the engine and exhaust system, and fitted new rear shocks, new wiring, a custom leather seat, a modified oil tank and hand made side cover with a brushed, blacked-out metal effect (also applied to the fuel tank’...
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CHRIS BURKARDS VAN

Shooting outdoor photography is a powerful way to commune with nature and experience the fullness of life. No one does it better than Chris Burkard, a renown adventure and landscape photographer famous for his cold-water surfing work and expansive landscapes, his work will leave you inspired to get out and seek these experiences for yourself. After spending so much time on the road documenting Earth’s most stunning natural wonders, Chris wanted to drive to these pla...
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CODE-X YACHT

Code-X AG is a Swiss company domiciled in Meggen (Canton Lucerne). Code-X AG develops fundamentally new concepts in yacht construction and yacht drives with the declared aim of having these concepts becoming the standard in the future. This 47 7” catamaran beauty can achieve 80 knots with its twin Ilmor formula one engines, delivering a hefty 710hp a piece, or at a more leisurely 9 knots by the twin electric motors....
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