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2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2r

Kawasaki have recently unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy, the world’s most powerful motorcycle, meet the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R. This beast is packed with an impressive supercharged 998cc, inline 4-cylinder engine, pumping out 300hp! making it the fastest production bike on the planet. Given these staggering performance numbers, the H2R will be a track-only model, however, Kawasaki have released a street-legal version dubbed the Kawasaki Ninja H2 with a price tag of $25,000. watch the video



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BIKE BY ME

The whole idea of "Bike by me" is to bring creativity to your hands to create a bike just the way you want it. Try things out at their website, you can personalise every color on the cycle. Go and try it out, it´s good fun!...
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2014 RANGE ROVER SPORT

Big Evoque? No, this is the new Range Rover Sport 2014. Despite Land Rover´s efforts to introduce it only at the New York auto show, the new Range Rover Sport was revealed sooner. With a new design, clearly inspired by the Evoque, the model will go on sale in Europe and the United States this year. It is built on an aluminum platform (same as Vogue), making it much lighter compared to the previous generation, it is also more agile and economical. More details will b...
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Maxlider 4-Door Bronco

Few cars can capture the true adventurous energy that the Ford Bronco exudes, the iconic SUV was one of the world´s leading 4x4 vehicles for three decades (between 1966 and 1996) but Ford never offered a four-door Bronco to the public. The team at Maxlider Brothers Customs has taken it upon themselves to rectify this glaring error by stretching a first-gen Bronco, fitting an extra set of doors, and a third row of seats to take more pals off-road! The build is mighty...
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