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Honda Neo Sports Cafe

Another vehicle that has wowed the crowd at this years Tokyo Motor Show, is the retro-influenced Neo Sports Cafe by Honda. Although the model featured here is still a concept, the real bike will be revealed at the Milan show at the November EICMA show in Milan, with the naked sportbike rumoured to be equipped with a Fireblade 998cc water-cooled inline four-cylinder engine. The finished machine looks like it will feature a large multi-exit silencer, a single-sided swingarm, fully-adjustable inverted fork, and an aggressive modern-retro stance. The Neo Sports Cafe gets a gorgeous metallic red finish, and a round LED headlamp that emits a bright white light. There´s no indicaiton on price or availability of the production model yet. watch the video below



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BERYL PIXEL DUAL BIKE LIGHT | Image

BERYL PIXEL DUAL BIKE LIGHT

Pixel is another quality bike product by Beryl, the same guys that brought you the very cool Laserlight. Pixel is a two-in-one light that can be either red or white, and mounted to your bike, clothing, bag, helmet or arm for maximum versatility. Simply press once for a red light, press again for a white light, and each color also comes with two modes: 100% brightness and a heartbeat pulse. Waterproof and lightweight, Pixel is the most versatile light for active urba...
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Vagabund 350 Safari KTM Kit | Image

Vagabund 350 Safari KTM Kit

After capturing our attention with their awesome Porsche Safari Kit, Austrian workshop Vagabund Moto have put up for sale this DIY kit for your own bike. The limited-edition bolt-on kit is based on the 350 EXC, a classic dirt bike by KTM, and includes stealthy and monochromatic bodywork, pieced together with factory-level precision, that include a new tank cover, a custom tail section, and a new air filter housing. There is also a new custom slim seat with immaculat...
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1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON | Image

1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON

Before the SUV craze, there was the station wagon, and as far back as 1937, Ford’s station wagons were being converted to AWD by Marmon-Herrington. There, at their workshop, the 239 cu. in. flathead V-8 was retained while mated to a Ford truck four-speed manual transmission and a modified rear axle/differential. They also reinforced the chassis, and installed the full-time all-wheel-drive hardware. The cars shipped back to Ford dealers, but at twice the cost of th...
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