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Diamond Atelier Mark II Evo

Munich´s expert motorcycle customizer Diamond Atelier has recently launched a new series with a timeless shape that will please Cafe Racer enthusiasts. They have just introduced their newest member to the Diamond Atelier family - the Mark II Evo. The beautiful bike is based on a BMW R100R Paralever instead of the R80RT Monolever basis they used on the forerunner series. Alongside other refinements, the Evo now features a 1000cc boxer engine that delivers more power and better torque, and now includes a state of the art tech package with smartphone connectivity features and modern RFID technology, making a physical key redundant. And as always there is a number of new and interesting customizing options the customers can choose from.



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BMW K75 Adventure Touring Bike | Image

BMW K75 Adventure Touring Bike

This stunning Adventure Touring Bike was built by the Spoken Moto workshop for the Handbuilt Show in collaboration with craft luggage maker Pack Animal out of Seattle. Based on a 1990 BMW K75RT, the long-range tourer was heavily influenced by the Motorrad R Nine T Paris-Dakar concept bike. In fact, the nose and front fender are R Nine T Urban GS bits and the paint scheme is very similar to the Paris-Dakar bike. The racks, radiator shield, subframe, rear ...
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Bimobil EX 435 Expedition Vehicle | Image

Bimobil EX 435 Expedition Vehicle

The beastly EX 435 from Germany´s Bimobil, is the ultimate expedition vehicle ready to prowl Earth in search of adventure. Built atop the Mercedes Unimog, the adventure camper features a powerful 228-hp 5.1-liter BlueTec four-cylinder engine that puts out up to 664 lb-ft of torque. The all-wheel-drive backcountry beast also boasts an electro-pneumatic transmission with eight forward gears and six reverse gears that enables it to climb the steepest terrains. It is al...
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Tokyobike CS26 Limited Edition | Image

Tokyobike CS26 Limited Edition

Independent Japanese bicycle brand Tokyobike have introduced their new ride, the good-looking CS26 Limited Edition. The minimalist bike features a clean minimal frame design that is not only easy on the eyes, but it combines a stiff rear triangle with a relaxed front end for a fast feeling, yet incredibly comfortable ride. The sleek ride is fitted with small 26" wheels, giving it the advantage of quicker acceleration, easier transport on public transportation, and m...
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