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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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FERN CHUCK TOURING BIKE

Fern is a small touring bicycle and component manufacturer based in Berlin - Germany. It was founded by two traveling cyclists / design graduates – Flo and Phillip – who after thousands of miles on the road together wanted to put their touring experience into making their own practical and beautiful bikes for fellow travelers. Fern was born out of friendship, a shared lust for adventure, and curiosity. Their latest build named "Chuck” is a collaboration with Gramm T...
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TRIUMPH RUMBLER | BY TRIDAYS

Triumph Scrambler, as you might of noticed, is one of our favorite motorbikes, we have featured some very cool custom Scramblers, by Spirit of the Seventies, and most recently a private custom by Jim Good. The guys from Tridays have customized this scrambler to perfection, they named it "The Rumbler". The bike accentuates the Scrambler’s classic good looks, and cranks the performance up a notch. sources: GBlog, Bikexif...
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MegaRaptor

Think the standard Ford Raptor is insane? Then meet the MegaRaptor, it has more power, more ground clearance, more bragging rights! The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is already a monster, thanks in part to its 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 making 450 horsepower. But apparently, that isn´t enough for some people. The crazy team at F250R are turning your average, workman F-250s into heavy-duty off-road pickup trucks called MegaRaptors. The desert and rock crawling beh...
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