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Bmw R1100gs | By Crd Motorcycles

Cafe Racer Dreams(CRD) from Madrid took a BMW R1100 GS and transformed it into this awesome "Desert Scrambler”. The build is still a work-in-progress so not much info is available on this bad boy, we will wait for CRD to update their website portfolio and come back to you with more details. For now we leave you with some photos to drool over.



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Earthroamer XV-HD | Image

Earthroamer XV-HD

Earthroamer are global leaders in Expedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is the mammoth Earthroamer XV-HD, a bigger, roomier version of their ultra high-end camper - the XV-LTS. This impressive beast has a massive Ford F-750 4×4 at its very core, with beefed up suspension, and a 6.7-liter Powerstroke V8 turbo-diesel engine prov...
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BIASCAGNE CICLI

Biascagne Cicli (cycles) is an Italian custom bike studio in Treviso. It is owned by two friends with a lot of passion, patience and great taste. Their restyling begins from racing bikes that have been forgotten in garages and attics. Then they initialize a time-consuming work, nothing is chosen at random, the components on each bike are not easy to find. But the end result is magnificent, pure Italian elegance. If you love custom bicycles you must browse around the...
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GYROCOPTER | BY AUTO GYRO | Image

GYROCOPTER | BY AUTO GYRO

The "Caladus Gyrocopter" is a dream toy produced by germans Auto Gyro. It will provide hours of fun for you and a passenger, it features a rotax engine, a self-supporting body cell of fiberglass/carbon fiber and an interchangeable hood, and is equipped to manage a long-hault-flight....
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