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Bmw R75/6 | By Maria Riding Company

Our latest custom motorbike crush comes from a workshop in Lisbon - Portugal. Maria Riding Company is a brand inspired by the real emotions of the past, perfectly crafted into special rides for the last true essence seekers. They deliver extraordinary and unconventional rides, just like this beautiful BMW R75/6 conversion, they named it "Panzer". It was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a simple and clean machine. Great color scheme on this, the black and steel paint job is beautifully complemented with the bright red of the frame. Make sure you check out their website for more masterful creations.



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BUGATTI 16C GALIBIER CONCEPT | Image

BUGATTI 16C GALIBIER CONCEPT

Bugatti released pictures of our 16C Galibier, the prototype of the future four-door brand, first introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The interior is minimalist but at the same time refined, thanks to high-quality materials and the inclusion of a clock Parmigiani, created specially for the Galibier, which can be removed and placed on the wrist....
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CYCLENAV

Schwinn have presented an affordable bike navigation device - the CycleNav. The device is mounted on your bike and links to your smartphone via Bluetooth using the included app, you can then program your route and CycleNav indicates the way by using voice commands and  turn signals, great for paying attention to the road, instead of staring at a phone. In addition, the smart bike navigator app keeps track of statistics including distance traveled, length and ca...
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Porsche 911 LuftAuto

Luftgekuhlt is a brand founded by two-time Le Mans class winner Patrick Long and creative director Howie Idelson to pay tribute to all air-cooled cars in the Porsche world. The brand recently released a special car designed for a special purpose (it was auctioned for $275,000 at the Autumn Leaves Project, a charity dedicated to pancreatic cancer research). Named LuftAuto, the rally-style 911 from 1985 was designed in form and function to be both a daily driver as we...
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