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Tractor V75 | By Venier Customs

Another stunning Moto Guzzi restyling by Venier customs, an Italian workshop. The redesign is based on a Moto Guzzi NTX, a motorbike used by the Italian police force in the 90´s. The end result was named Tractor V75, a real Moto Guzzi Scrambler with military-style paint, fat Vee Rubber tires, and new hand made fenders, side panels and tank. This beauty is currently for sale, contact Stefano Venier at his website for the price.

Also by Venier Customs: Diabola V35 C




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FARADAY PORTEUR S | Image

FARADAY PORTEUR S

San Francisco based electric bike manufacturer Faraday, have presented the Porteur S e-bike, a more affordable model of their first release, the Porteur. The elegant utility bike combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s and 1950s, it features the same frame, motor and battery as the flagship model but at a much lower price. Its nearly silent 250 watt motor provides pedal-assist power(20 mi...
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MINI CLUBMAN ALL4 SCRAMBLER | Image

MINI CLUBMAN ALL4 SCRAMBLER

The Italian division of MINI created a special concept of the Clubman All4 giving it a much more "adventurous” character. Named Clubman All4 Scrambler (a term that evokes the most versatile bikes), this MINI was actually developed to tackle tough terrains. The inspiration, according to the brand, was the BMW R ninet Scrambler motorcycle, the design team has kitted the Clubman out with knobby off-road tires, while the "Frozen Grey” paint job and the raised suspension...
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BMW B-1 | BY VDB MOTO | Image

BMW B-1 | BY VDB MOTO

VDB Moto are not new to the custom motorbike scene, but this spectacular build is their first BMW conversion. B-1 is based on a mono lever 1986 R80RT, and when VDB got their hands on the bike, it was in pretty rough conditions. The guys decided to retain the distressed and rugged look of the engine to make a contrast with the new parts and paint. They stripped down the bike removing all the usual excess parts and weight, painted the tank with a beautiful 6...
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