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Triumph Scrambler 2010

Inspired by the 60s Triumph off-road sports motorcycles that were stripped down for racing, the Scrambler has a unique look and feel all of its own. Triumph’s legendary air cooled, 865cc, parallel twin features modern fuel injected and with a 270 degree firing order for a distinctive exhaust note through the stylish high swept chromed side pipes you can’t fail to notice.



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Auto Fabrica SR500

British custom builders Auto Fabrica have really achieved perfection in its simplicity with their new build, a Yamaha SR500 conversion. This sleek and clean 60s scrambler-influenced ride has a custom bodywork handmade from aluminum, and features some stunning details such as the remarkable exhaust, finished in a silver ceramic coating for added heat protection, and with an exposed aluminum surface on the tank, which doubles up as a knee guard for the exhaust. It als...
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON LIVEWIRE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

Harley-Davidson is about to change. The iconic brand have introduced the LiveWire, a step toward the future. The Project LiveWire Experience is a research project into the viability of an electric two-wheeler for the bar-and-shield brand, it will take the bike on a 30-city tour across America to gather feedback from consumers before actually going into mass production. So what do you think? Is electricity the way to go even for Harley? Curious? Check out a gr...
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FERRARI FF 2012

Revolution in the Italian carmaker Ferrari, the replacement for the 612 Scaglietti is a large GT, but more importantly, it will have four seats and 4 wheel drive without becoming a 4-door. The beautiful car will be equipped with a 6.3 liter V12 engine with 660 hp that will allow it to shoot from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 335 km / h....
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