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Honda Kt600 | By Classified Moto

New bike rolled out of Classified Moto from the hands of master craftsman John Ryland. There latest creation, a custom 1987 Honda XL600R enduro was commissioned by actress Katee Sackhoff, she gave John Ryland and his team 100% creative freedom. The bike is a mix of parts from various bikes, front end from a Kawasaki ZX6-R, back end from a 2006 Triumph Sprint...the end result is absolutely stunning. source

Also check out these other creations by Classified Moto:
- Yamaha Virago XV920R6-R  
- Yamaha XS650




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1990 RAMBO LAMBO | Image

1990 RAMBO LAMBO

This is one of the RAREST Lamborghinis on Earth - dubbed the "Rambo Lambo"! The Lamborghini LM002 was the first four-wheel drive model manufactured by Lamborghini between 1986 and 1993 in just 301 units. This 1990 Rambo Lambo rugged-looking SUV is in pristine condition, it recently went through a 5-year mechanical and cosmetic restoration (more than $325,000 were spent), every single nut, bolt, and part is new, from the Diablo V12 Motor along with several cosmetic a...
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FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE

Meet Faraday Porteur, an electric propelled utility bicycle, the ultimate bike for modern living. An electric bike that combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s or 1950s. Faraday has built-in lithium batteries, its motor is controlled by a simple thumb switch and delivers up to 15 miles of pedal assist on a single charge. After a long ride, the Faraday recharges in just 45 minutes. It come...
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LASERLIGHT CORE PROJECTION BIKE LIGHT | Image

LASERLIGHT CORE PROJECTION BIKE LIGHT

Beryl is back with an improved version of their innovative projection bicycle light. The new Laserlight Core projects a green bike symbol onto the road in front of you, increasing your visibility to other road users substantially. The sleek device projects a bike symbol six meters in front of you to increase your footprint on the road, making you visible in blind spots, junctions, and other situations where cyclists are hard to see. The new version is lighter than i...
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