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Triumph Scrambler | By Spirit Of The Seventies

Triumph Scrambler is originally a great-looking bike, but the guys at Spirit of the Seventies just made it look even better. The S6 Triumph 904 dirt Twin is a unique custom street-scrambler based on an 2005 Triumph Scrambler. They made the bike much lighter(both in looks and in weight), a lot sharper and faster with a tuned 904cc engine, making it a lot noisier, and giving it more torque.

Photos by: Grant Robinson




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QUINN BIKE | BY COAST CYCLES | Image

QUINN BIKE | BY COAST CYCLES

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award, the Quinn by Coast Cycles is a compact cargo bicycle that lets the rider carry a bag in a centrally-positioned storage compartment. The minimalist commuter, resolves the annoying problem of sweat patches forming on cyclists when they sling their bags over their shoulder while riding. Other notable features include a Gates carbon drive belt, a Shimano internal gear hub system, and internal cable routing. It´s portability make...
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1998 LAND ROVER DEFENDER 110 CAMEL TROPHY | Image

1998 LAND ROVER DEFENDER 110 CAMEL TROPHY

The iconic Camel Trophy was one of the most challenging 4x4 adventure expeditions and competitions in the world, taking place from 1980 to 2000, and was best known for its use of Land Rover vehicles over challenging terrain. Very few of those vehicles survived, and it is extremely rare that an authentic Camel Trophy veteran comes up for sale. Built by the Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations team specifically for the 1998 Tierra Del Fuego Camel Trophy event, this 1...
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Crooked Honda CB450 | Image

Crooked Honda CB450

Crooked Motorcycles, a workshop based in Germany, has done an amazing job on this stunning Honda CB450, and has put it up for sale. The stunning cafe racer started life as a 1972 Honda CB450, with the team first completely restoring the frame and engine, and then installing a custom tail including LED taillight. Other details include clip-on bars wearing Biltwell grips, YSS Eco-Line shocks, a Motogadget M.Unit, a Motoscope Tiny speedometer and M.Blaze bar-end indica...
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