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Custom Built 1963 Bmw | By Blitz Motorcycles

In the past months we´ve shown you some awesome custom built motorcycles, but this must top are list. This is a 1963 BMW R60/2 named "Great Escape" customized by French Blitz Motorcycles and featuers a 594 cc Boxer twin engine, 18 " enduro tires, and oddball swing-arm suspension both front and rear. Via Bikeexif



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Vagabund Honda CB450 | Image

Vagabund Honda CB450

One of our favorite custom motorbikes ever is the spectacular BMW R100R by Vagabond Moto. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rabl - the 1972 Honda CB450 K5 Cafe Racer, a build developed in line with a brief of clean lines and a minimalist finish, with everything deemed as unnecessary being removed. After being stripped bare, the bike was fitted with a wheel hugger style number plate moun...
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2015 KAWASAKI NINJA H2R

Kawasaki have recently unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy, the world’s most powerful motorcycle, meet the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R. This beast is packed with an impressive supercharged 998cc, inline 4-cylinder engine, pumping out 300hp! making it the fastest production bike on the planet. Given these staggering performance numbers, the H2R will be a track-only model, however, Kawasaki have released a street-legal version dubbed the Kawasaki Ninja H2 with a pr...
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LUMOS BIKE HELMET

Now available for purchase, is the award-winning Lumos Bike Helmet, a smart solution for urban cyclists that will help keep you safe while you commute to work. The sleek helmet has integrated braking lights and turn signals, and lets you control everything with the wireless controls that you mount on the handlebar, letting drivers know where you´re going, whilst keeping your hands on the handlebars as you should. Simply push the button before you turn, and everyone ...
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