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Honda Cx500 | By Wrenchmonkees

We are huge fans of Wrenchmonkees, they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop. We have featured several of their masterpieces: Monkee #7, Club Black #02, and the BMW R100RT. Our latest crush is this beautifully crafted Honda CX500. The Wrenchmonkees team stripped the bike down, removed the rear frame, built a custom exhaust system and new fenders. They fitted a new seat unit to complement the curvier looks of the bike and painted it in a timeless metallic brown. source



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BMW R100GS Glober | Image

BMW R100GS Glober

ER Motorcycles owned by Blaz Sustarsic of Slovenia has rolled out another impressive conversion of a 1989 BMW R100GS Paris Dakar which he named "Glober”, commissioned by a photographer for long distance tours. Designed with adventure, earthiness and minimalism in mind, the bike was stripped down to its bare bones, fitted with a host of bag racks, supports and carriers so that the owner could carry all that he needed on his next South American adventure. The custom t...
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1972 Scout II Runner Series

The good people at California´s clothing/moto lifestyle brand Iron & Resin, and New Legend 4×4 (makes some of the most sought-after vintage restorations out there), have teamed up for this remarkable International Scout II Runner Series. This pristine example has been fully restored with an overhaul that includes a 5.3-liter LS V8 engine with 4-speed automatic transmission, along with a full mechanical restoration to give it plenty of power and reliability. Othe...
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VOLTITUDE ELECTRIC SCOOTER

The Swiss company Voltitude developed a prototype for an electric bicycle that can be carried any, including inside an elevator. It features a hydraulic disc brake, rear wheel drive, anti-theft lock, recycled aluminum wheels, front and rear lighting, all powered by a motor charged by an electric lithium polymer 9,5 amps battery. With this little beauty you can run 20 to 40 miles at a speed of 25 km / h....
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