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Custom Bmw K65 | By Moto Sumisura

Last week we did a popular feature on the awesome "Custom BMW K75" by Moto Sumisura, a garage in Italy ran by BMW fanatic Frank A. We snooped around his website and found this very cool BMW R65 custom scrambler. The bike was originally a 1982 BMW R65, it was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a one of a kind BMW R65 custom scrambler. We love the details on this, beautiful antique green leather based saddle, and great minimal chrome paint work.



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1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA | Image

1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA

Over the past years we have featured many custom bike builds, but none as unusual and unique as this. This minimalist work of art is a creation by Japanese renowned motorcycle builder/artist Chicara Nagata. Not much info on this build, all we know is this thing looks stellar, check out more beautiful photos of the bike in detail after the jump. sources: pipeburn, megadeluxe...
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PORSCHE CAYMAN BLACK EDITION

Porsche have finally given the Black Edition treatment to their Cayman model, and it looks spectacular. Styled in all-black gloss paint, and black leather interior, the special edition Porsche Cayman Black Edition offers upgrades such as a Sport Design steering wheel, 20-inch Carrera Classic wheels, bi-xenon headlamps with the Porsche Dynamic Lighting System, navigation, heated seats, and an upgraded stereo. Available from January 2016 starting at $60,195, or $6,600...
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SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM | Image

SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM

Limited to 100 units, Seabob Cayago Magnum is the ultimate millionaire´s toy. Like all Seabobs, the Seabob Cayago Magnum is propelled by Seabobs patented electric jetstream system. You control the Seabob via a pair of intelligent control Powergrips, you just have to press a sensor button to accelerate to the speed you require. The Cayagos cockpit as an LCD display panel, which provides you with technical details such as power and battery life and it also tells you a...
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