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Grievous Angel | By Deus Customs

Another awesome custom bike by Australians Deus. The Grievous Angel, based on a Yamaha SR400, is deserving of the notoriety that Deus has in customizing motorcycles. Basically what was taken from the Yamaha SR 400 was the engine. ... the rest was all changed. Even if it is a Japanese bike, the great qualities of SR 400 were used to create an authentic English Cafe Racer. Check out another of Deus creations, the very original Surf Bike




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VANMOOF T SERIES

Dutch company Vanmoof have added a new minimalist bike to their growing collection, The T Series is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. The functional and innovative bike features all the benefits and styling of a regular Vanmoof, but in a condensed package. It features a compact version of the striking aluminum Vanmoof frame, front and rear disc brakes, puncture-resistant tires, and front and rear lights by Philips. Many Vanmoof acces...
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ARES LAND ROVER DEFENDER

Based in Modena, Italy, the historical home of sports car excellence, Ares Design is a modern coach builder founded in 2014 by Dany Bahar, the former boss of Lotus. The company has now taken on its biggest and most controversial task yet pimping out the Land Rover Defender. With a body composed of premium quality carbon fiber, fitted with heavy duty front and rear bumpers, a 475 HP V8 engine, Fox high pressure shock absorbers, a bespoke exhaust manifold, an ITG ai...
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HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES | BY KISKA

Renown Swedish Motorcycle brand Husqvarna have unveiled two exciting new street models at the International motorcycle Expo EICMA in Milan. The 401 VITPILEN and 401 SVARTPILEN are inspired by the rebellious spirit of the golden age of the brand in the 60s and 70s. Both models have been reduced to the bare functional essentials, free of gimmicks, gadgets and extravagant design embellishments, they combine modern technology, cutting-edge design and high quality hardwa...
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