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Triumph Speed Twin | By Rod And Tod Design

Triumph Speed Twin is a motorcycle created by Northumbria University students, Roy Norton and Thomas Kashe. Inspired by the Manx Norton their final major project was to design a classic themed bike, aimed at a youth market. Designed to appeal to a new generation of motorcyclists looking for a new interpretation on the classic, vintage cafe racer. The bike is stripped back, lowered and lengthened. There is a mix of Triumph heritage with modern design principles.



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Brixton Crossfire 500 XC

Austrian startup Brixton Motorcycles first caught our attention with their stunning Crossfire 125 motorcycle. Now they have introduced the Crossfire 500 XC, a great-looking retro-modern scrambler model, which has the ability to move and off-road. Combining neo-retro styling and thoroughly modern equipment, the good-looking machine is powered by a 486 cc twin-cylinder engine with 35 kW (approximately 47.5 hp) and 43 nm of torque at 6,750 rpm. Other notable details in...
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VELONIA VIKS

Estonian bicycle brand Velonia introduces the Viks, an urban commuter bike with a striking design and uniquely shaped frame. Thanks to its unique construction with two identical steel tubes that are joined together in the front of the bike, there is no need for a seat tube, and, not only does it look awesome, it weighs only 10 pounds! Until recently, the Viks was still in prototype phase, but the first cycle can now be ordered through their website. The stainless st...
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Yamaha 04GEN

Yamaha have recently unveiled the fourth concept model of Yamaha┬┤s Gen series, featuring semi-transparent body panels and a frame with a flowing, organic design. The impressive 04GEN features a monocoque frame that resembles the basic structure of a Vespa, and a semi-transparent resin bodywork allowing the internal structure of the scooter to be displayed. But the standout feature is undoubtedly the pivoting rear side panels that can be lifted to look like insect w...
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