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Kaffeemaschine Moto Guzzi

This stunning build is the latest masterpiece to roll out of KaffeeMachine, a custom motorcycle shop from Hamburg in Germany. The bike, a freshly-customized Moto Guzzi is elegant, immaculately finished and powerful. Stripped to its essentials, the minimalist ride was initially a Le Mans Mark III, it was tuned with a V11 1064cc V-twin engine with plenty of grunt and 91 hp, finished off with a vintage Jaguar blue color scheme, and beautiful brown leather details.



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1978 HONDA CX500 | BY MOTO MUCCI | Image

1978 HONDA CX500 | BY MOTO MUCCI

This awesome machine was created by David Mucci from Moto Mucci. David is a a professional Industrial Designer based in Chicago, IL, with a passion for hand crafted items and custom vintage machinery. The 1978 Honda CX500 is his first build and his first motorcycle! yet, he was able to come up with this beauty. We shall keep an eye on this guy to see what he comes up with next....
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FIIK SKATEBOARDS

The "FiiK" is an electric skateboard unlike any other model you may have seen. It has a motor that can reach 35 km/h plus travel routes very well out of town as in fields, for example. This is not the first electric skateboard in the world but itīs the most impressive and best of them by having three different speeds, the ABS brakes are electronically controlled by a control that is in the hands of the skater (you accelerate and brake through the device)....
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THROTTLE ROCKER

Throttle Rocker lets you enjoy hours of riding without experiencing wrist fatigue, it is an inexpensive alternative to a motorcycle cruise control! The ingenious accessory wraps snugly around the throttle grip, allowing you to use downward pressure from the heel of your hand, instead of squeezing the grip to operate the throttle. This means less fatigue and cramping of your hand! Pick one up from Town Moto, or from Amazon...
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