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2020 Honda XR650L

Honda is bringing back the legendary Honda XR650L for yet another round to its line of 2020 motorcycles. The reliable workhorse remains completely unchanged going into 2020 and hasn’t seen any real update since its launch in 1993. The bike retains its long-travel suspension, traditional off-road styling, a five-speed gearbox, air-adjustable 43mm fork with 16-position compression damping and a fully adjustable Pro-Link rear suspension.  Equally at home on dirt roads, single-track trails, highways and byways, the versatile dual-sport model opens the door to riding adventure like few motorcycles ever have. And, for the price, you can’t beat it.




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DUCATI SCRAMBLER BY GORM

Gorm Taube is a graphic designer and photographer raised on the west coast of Sweden, but currently residing in Ventura, California. When he decided to move to the US he made the decision to purchase a bike for his commuting, so he found a killer deal on Craigslist and got a 2016 Ducati Full Throttle that became the base for what he wanted to create. A minimal and clean scrambler that could be used everyday and could also be an adventure machine for him to explore t...
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SUZUKI KATANA

Suzuki have unveiled the all-new 2019 Katana, a tribute to the ultimate 80s sportsbike. Born in 1981, the original Suzuki Katana became an instant legend for its iconic styling and for its outstanding performance. Now, lovers of that 80s motorcycle icon can celebrate as Suzuki has announced its triumphant return in the form of the Katana GSX-R1000. The new bike uses the famed original as its inspiration, with sharp-edged lines, and is powered by a 999cc GSX-R1000 en...
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Arrows Mercedes G-Wagen

Based in Kawasaki, Japan, Arrows is a workshop brilliantly updating classic Mercedes with their "Classic Line" treatment. They specialize in returning the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the Mercedes G-Wagen back to their purest form, as seen by this beautiful example below. Arrows does not delve into upgrading the engine for more performance, but buyers are able to choose from donor cars. From a simple restoration to a full-fledged tear-down, they will incorporate a besp...
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