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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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ROKON TRAIL-BREAKER | Image

ROKON TRAIL-BREAKER

Rokon Trail-Breaker is a new and updated edition of a 60īs bike thatīs seen its fair share of rough riding at the hand of the armed forces, forest guards or fish and game officers. This permanent two wheel drive bike is now lighter, with an inverted front suspension, to smooth things out, and now features hollow wheels that provide extra flotation. Thatīs not all, you also get new wider tires and a great customization list, from saddle bags to tow bars, frame grids ...
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BROOKLYN CRUISER

Bike commuting is rising every year, there are many bicycle options, but none as stylish as the Brooklyn Cruiser. The retro city bike is inspired by vintage bicycles of the Far East and Europe and is both stylish and comfortable. Modern features include no-slip pedals, luxe leather saddles and grips, and internal gearing. You can also purchase a handcrafted wooden bike crate($79.99) to carry your beer(not to work obviously). You can purchase a Brooklyn Cruiser fr...
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1975 HONDA CB 550 | BY SEAWEED & GRAVEL | Image

1975 HONDA CB 550 | BY SEAWEED & GRAVEL

Our latest custom build crush comes from Seaweed and Gravel, a custom motorcycle workshop in southern California. The 1975 Honda CB 550 was stripped to its basics and rebuilt as a simple, clean, minimalist bike with an aggressive, low stance. The matte black paint job is beautifully complemented with satin and gloss finishes, with stylish brown leather details to add some contrast....
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