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Honda Nx650 Custom | By Kiddo Motors

This stunning bike is a custom built 1988 Honda NX650 Dominator named "Kiddo Uno”. It was built by Sergio Armet from Kiddo Motors, a custom workshop in Barcelona, Spain. The bike has beautiful deep classic Honda racing colors and features great details, such as, the LED Taillight, the classic quilted brown leather seat, and the Continental Twinduro Tyres. via Bikeexif




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Mil-Spec Ford F-150

Michigan-based Mil-Spec, first caught our attention with their spectacular Hummer conversions, now the team have turned their attention to America´s favorite truck. This kit is a serious upgrade, it is able to get up to 500 HP from the aspirated 5 liter engine with a V-8 configuration, you may then choose between two sets of suspension packages that differ essentially in the wheel travel you may choose, 11 or 13,5 inches, both of them fully adjustable. Lookwise you ...
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Sea-Doo Fish Pro

Sea-Doo Fish Pro has just been launched and it was specifically designed to fish at pro level. This watercraft made by the world famous BRP Group is more spacious, so it may carry up to three quite comfortably, it’s also a bit wider than other leisure models, thus more stable too and it hauls a specially designed cooler at the back to keep your loot fresh while you’re still fishing, with a capacity of 13.5 gal (51L), quite enough for a catch. Engine wise you get 62h...
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TUF RACK

Typical mountain bike racks often fit poorly or break easily, Tuf Rack is a recent company founded to eliminate this problem. The Tuf Rack is an indestructible hitch mounted, modular bike carrier built to withstand the use and abuse of hardcore riders. Trays come in multiple variations to fit mountain bikes as well as bmx bikes....
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