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Bmw R75/7 | By Clutch Custom Motorcycles

Our motorbike crush today comes from a Paris based garage named "Clutch Custom Motorcycles”. Based on a 75  R75 serie 7 BMW, the beautiful conversion has been stripped to its essentials and painted with a eye-catching deep navy blue that contrasts beautifully with the custom made leather seat.

Contact "Clutch Custom Motorcycles” for availability and price.




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LEATHER BIKE GROWLER CARRIER | Image

LEATHER BIKE GROWLER CARRIER

We have posted some cool and useful accessories to carry your booze on your bike, the 6 pack holder and the Wine Rack, but what if you need a carrier for mass beer transportation? Then check out the leather bike growler carrier from Meriwether Montana, a stylish solution for securely transporting your growler of beer when riding. It is handcrafted from vegetable tanned leather and can be engraved with the initials or name of the recipient for an extra $15. via...
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1932 FORD 5-WINDOW COUPE BODY | Image

1932 FORD 5-WINDOW COUPE BODY

If you´re a petrol head looking for a new DIY project, look no further. Classic car specialists United Pacific are selling a kit to build your own 32 Ford coupe! The US company have teamed up with Ford to build the body shells, doors and other body components of your dream hot rod. You can complete your official build by purchasing the engine from Ford Component Sales. via Click here to see the 1932 Ford 5-Window Brochure ...
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HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO | Image

HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, it is clean, simple, reliable, and the perfect ride for a busy urban city. The bike is based on a Honda CB360 and was named "The Couch Surfer", in honor of the client, a young guy that lives, works, and parties downtown, and wanted a whippy little tracker that he could tear around the city, jump curbs, and have fun...
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