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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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2011 TRIUMPH TIGER 800

After months of spy shots and rumors, the new Triumph Tiger 800 has been revealed. It´s light, simple, fun, has a great motor on it and looks nice too. This bike is similar to the BMW F800GS, but has more power and torque, to be precise it comes with a 800cc Triumph daytona engine, 140hp, and 60 lb-ft torque. The bike will be available in two models, the 800, and a off-road variant named the Xc....
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Icon 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 | Image

Icon 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Icon 4x4 is a household name in the world of custom-built trucks and jeeps. Known for their bespoke creations, Icon vehicles have a 2-year waiting list. However, there is an unique opportunity to get your hands on a stunning 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 built by Icon 4x4 in Los Angeles. The vehicle is up for sale on Bring a Trailer and is a perfect blend of vintage design and modern upgrades. The vehicle boasts a 5.7-liter Vortec V8 engine with ...
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BMW R100RT | BY WRENCHMONKEES | Image

BMW R100RT | BY WRENCHMONKEES

The BMW R100RT is the new creation from the guys at Wrenchmonkees. It was requested by a Frenchman living in Mauritania - Africa, he wanted a lightweight, two-seater, reliable, and easy to maintain bike. New lights were placed, plus a new tank from an older model, giving it a slimmer and old school look. Extra long shocks were installed to give extra clearance for African dirt roads and sand dunes. Overall,...one stunning bike. via ...
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