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B120 Wraith | By Confederate Motorcycles

We had shown you before the amazing Hellcat Combat inspired by the golden era of the 1930s. Confederate Motorcycles founded in 1991 by Matt Chambers presents us with another badass motorcycle, the B120 Wraith. It features a 125hp counter-balanced twin cam 45 degree radial twin engine, brembo brakes and carbon fiber wheels.





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LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI | Image

LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI

Narifari are a small Japanese company that sell fashionable cycling gear. These technically advanced and stylish leather gloves have been fully optimized for cycling, they feature stretchy fingers for breaking, a cut on the wrist for easily checking your watch, and conductive material on the fingertips, for using your smartphone without removing the gloves. Plus they are waterproof....
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1971 LAND ROVER DEFENDER

1971 Land Rover Defender in this luscious poppy red finish paint job was a fab rebuild by Classic Car Studio, a St. Louis, Missouri based workshop. This iconic British off-roader is powered by a 2.25L engine that has been totally overhauled and rebuilt practically from scratch, so it is better than when it was new because the criteria now followed was more demanding than it was at the time it was originally built. The electrical wiring is also to...
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1982 FJ43 Aspen

This spectacular Toyota FJ43 from 1982 is the latest masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop, it is their most modern build done to date. Called "The Aspen Project” it was commissioned "to be a purpose-built, family-friendly beast that could take on the rigors of everyday highway driving as well as the back-country near Aspen, Colorado” the company says. Based on a 1982 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser, this beast was fully restored and now hosts a 4.5-liter Toyo...
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