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Bobber Kong | By Untitled Motorcycles

Another beauty from "Untitled Motorcycles", a custom bike workshop in Camden, London. The Bobber Kong is a custom built bike based on a low and mean Kawasaki VN800 bobber. This mean machine is available for purchase, if interested just send Untitled Motorcycles an email.

We have featured some of their bikes before, check them out by here




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KTM X-BOW SPORTS CAR

The X-Bow is a street-legal sports car with pure-bred racing technology, thanks to the basic version’s light weight and the 177 kW (240 hp) Audi 2.0 TFSI engine, the KTM X-BOW sets new standards and outstrips supersport cars: with a weight of approx. 790 kilos, the KTM X-BOW accelerates to 100 kmh in just 3.9 seconds....
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VESPA SEI GIORNI SCOOTER | Image

VESPA SEI GIORNI SCOOTER

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MAC MOTORCYCLES BY CAREFULLY CONSIDERED | Image

MAC MOTORCYCLES BY CAREFULLY CONSIDERED

Designers at Carefully Considered have come up with thes stunning designs for british bike makers Mac Motrocycles. Mac Motrocycles is a collaboration between one of the UKs leading motorcycle design studios, Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt. The range consists of four different models, but have the same design in its generality. The four models featured are the "Spud", the "Ruby", the "peashooter" and " Roar ". Ceck ou there website...
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