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Hookie Co BMW R100

Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out this gorgeous transformation of a 1970S BMW R100. Inspired by the ancient and aggressive nature of hammerhead sharks, this impressive build was stripped and transformed into a clean street tracker destined for mountain trails. Everything mechanical on the bike was rebuilt, including the engine, carbs, front suspension and brakes, with a custom-made exhaust added. It was also fitted with a new Trucklight LED headlight, an embedded LED taillight, an Alcantara seat, a set of knobby all-terrain tires, a newly painted original fuel tank, and a Smart M-Unit Blue control unit from motogadget that pairs with your smartphone. 



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Ninja P Mini-Pump

When it comes to pumping, size really does matter, but bigger isnīt necessarily always better, you might find a large pump quite hard to conceal, and it doesnt look particularly pretty either. The super-light Ninja P Mini-Pump by Topeak hides inside your seatpost to keep the clean lines of your bike, while still easily accessed when needed. A dust ring keeps the pump head clean, and an included rubber mounting ring secures the pump. Compatible with most round seat p...
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Kawasaki Z900RS Cafe

Following Ducatiīs lead in presenting the vintage inspired Ducati Scrambler, Kawasaki have presented the Z900RS Cafe, a retro-modern roadster that pays tribute to the iconic 1970s Z1. With lowered handlebars, a classic round headlight, a sportier-looking seat, and a cafe racer fairing, the sleek ride has a unique heritage and an authenticity that have set it apart at this years EICMA show in Milan. The 2018 Kawasaki Z900RS is powered by a 948cc inline-four cyli...
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VELORAPIDA | VINTAGE ELECTRIC BIKES | Image

VELORAPIDA | VINTAGE ELECTRIC BIKES

Making an electric bike not look electric is a difficult task, but Italian brand Velorapida have managed it beautifully with their collection of bicycles with a vintage flavor. The electric bikes are inspired by vintage frames and have a secret battery pack smartly hidden inside a stylish leather satchel or charming basket buckled to the handlebars. The bikes are equipped with a 5 speed 250-watt motor and can travel at a speed of 15 mph for a distance of over 35mile...
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