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The Witch Harley Davidson Sportster

Switzerland based photographer Lorenz Richard is a long time motorcycle enthusiast, with help from the guys at Young Guns Speedshop, they have created this mind blowing bobber. Named "The Witch”, the impressive build is based on a 1997 883 Harley Davidson Sportster, it was stripped to its essentials and had several parts customized, such as a new handlebar, seat, fender, lamp, levers and many other details, giving it a raw finish. We love how rough, yet beautiful the bike looks.


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We have featured "Classic Ford Broncos" before, they are an US company that specializes in restoring early model Ford Broncos. They hand-build only a small volume of Broncos each year, using only the best, original Ford Bronco bodies, and top of the line components. Their latest masterpiece is this restored 1974 Ford Bronco powered by a fuel-injected 302 V8 engine. This truck is truly amazing, it features an automatic transmission, it has been lifted 3.5" over the s...
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Arara Battery-Free Bike Lights

The Arara Battery-Free Bike Lights are surely a cool add-on to your bike, it is also an important safety device for riders and its most important fact is that it will never run out of battery thus always ensuring that you´re seen by others while riding. Its proprietary system works through magnets (no friction on the movement), these dust and water proof magnets, ensure the necessary power of the lights. No batteries or wires needed. You may choose it in 6 different...
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2012 BMW M5

The awesome new Bmw M5 will have it´s official debut at the IAA in Frankfurt in September. It has an impressive 4.4 V8 engine with 560 hp and two turbochargers. The BMW M5 features three modes of engine operation, eligible through a control in the console: Efficient, Sport and Sport Plus. The acceleration had to be bombastic, taking just 4.4 seconds from 0 to 62 mph. The speed is limited to 155mph, but with the optional Drivers M Pack reaches 190 mph....
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