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Hookie Yamaha XSR700

Yamaha’s incredibly successful Yard Built program consists of renown customisers from around the world providing inspirational ideas on how to transform modern Yamaha models. Customers can then buy the kits and build their own custom bike. Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out this gorgeous transformation of a Yamaha XSR700 that they named "Grasshopper". The ruggedly futuristic build takes its design cues from modern motocross and flat track bikes. The bolt-on kit features a custom-tailored aluminum fuel tank, a new aluminum seat rail portion, unique translucent yellow acrylic pieces lit by LEDs, and three gorgeous rear illuminated fins that incorporate the brake light, taillight, and turn signals. Hookie Co. plans on a production run, with this this specific setup available for purchase for your own modification endeavors.



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OUTSIDE VAN POWER STATION

Portland-based Outside Van specialize in converting the Mercedes Sprinter into a drool-worthy, tricked-out camper van with loads of interior space, and dedicated to hauling sports gear into and out of the wild. Their latest custom-made all-in-one camper van is appropriately named "Power Station" and is the product of years of passion and crafted dedication. The adventure van comes with power-generating gear that includes battery packs, solar panels, and a diesel-bas...
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K-Speed Honda Super Cub

After announcing the return of the iconic Monkey mini-bike in 2018, Honda also brought back another fun, compact retro bike, the Super Cub. The popular Super Cub bike is one of the most recognizable bikes in the world, but in the U.S the model was discontinued about 40 years ago. Until last year. But it hasnt only been America lauding the Super Cub. Japanese tuners have been having fun with it by creating retro modern takes, including this impressive build by K-Spee...
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BMW R65 Groot Scrambler

Munich´s expert motorcycle customizer Diamond Atelier has recently launched their third custom series. "Groot" is their take on a scrambler-style airhead, the bike is based on a BMW R65 but with a SiebenRock R86 big bore kit. There are two gas tanks to choose from, besides the usual custom paint job, they now also offer their clients the option to have their tanks hand painted by talented local artist Viktoria Greiner. Plus there is also the option to order a match...
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