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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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VANMOOF BICYCLES

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BAC MONO | ROAD LEGAL SPORTS CAR

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