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Triumph Rocket 3 TFC

Triumph Motorcycles have announced the spectacular new 2019 Rocket 3 TFC, an ultra-limited edition powered by the largest production motorcycle engine in the world. The impressive beast packs a crazy 2,500cc three-cylinder engine with 168 horsepower and 163 lb-ft of torque! (the world’s highest for a production motorbike). The new aluminum frame weighs an astonishing 88 pounds less than the original Rocket 3 (launched way back in 2004) sleekening the silhouette for a lighter visual load. The burly beast also features a new aluminum single-sided swingarm, lighter engine components, carbon-fiber bodywork, up-spec technology, and an impressive level of premium specification equipment such as Brembo Monoblock brakes, 20-spoke cast aluminum wheels, twin LED headlights, a radial master cylinder, MCS span, a fully adjustable Showa monoshock, a ratio-adjustable brake lever, cruise control, optimized cornering ABS and traction control, and full-color TFT instruments. Only 750 of these big bruisers will be built, so talk to your dealer now to own this new motorcycle legend.

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The Hammaka Trailer Hitch Stand and Hammaka Chair Combo by Hammaka is easily mountable onto the back of a truck, pickup or SUV and is perfect for off road exploring, tailgating at sporting events, fishing, or just chilling and enjoying nature. The 3-piece installation easily attaches to any standard hitch receiver and includes two Hammaka air chairs. via...
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Velocifero MAD

Velocifero MAD is a spectacular off-road electric scooter that oozes style and personality. The burly, fat-tired ride is an exceptional cross between a mini-scooter and an electric bike, and is itching madly to kick up dirt and spit out gravel while tackling all types of terrain. It features oversized 145/70-6 tires a wavy wooden deck, and is highly customizable, offering five individual motor options between 500 and 1600 watts (can easily run up to 25mph!), along w...
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BMW R100GS Glober

ER Motorcycles owned by Blaz Sustarsic of Slovenia has rolled out another impressive conversion of a 1989 BMW R100GS Paris Dakar which he named "Glober”, commissioned by a photographer for long distance tours. Designed with adventure, earthiness and minimalism in mind, the bike was stripped down to its bare bones, fitted with a host of bag racks, supports and carriers so that the owner could carry all that he needed on his next South American adventure. The custom t...
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