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Triumph TE-1 Electric Motorcycle

Triumph has revealed their spectacular electric motorcycle design as the bike rolls closer to production. The mighty TE-1 is based on the Street and Speed Triple motorcycles and was co-develop with Williams Advanced Engineering that managed to equip the bike with a 15 kWh battery that pushes a peak output of 170 kW, equivalent to roughly 228 horsepower, with a continuous output of 130 kW, or around 174 horsepower. It was also fitted with a Gates Carbon belt drive, Ohlins RSU suspension, Brembo M50 monobloc calipers, and the proprietary Triumph motorcycle control software. The final Phase 4 of the development cycle will come next, and will include a variety of track testing variables.



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1966 Porsche 911S

This beautiful, light, and nimble 911 represents a period during which Porsche was rising to the pinnacle of sports car racing. Offered here is a stunning 911S from 1966 with a rare and highly desirable Black exterior over a Brown leatherette interior. The car has recently had a "no expenses and details spared restoration" and the result is absolutely mind-blowing. Only a handful of 911 offered on the open market do match with the restoration of this example, so thi...
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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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Kawasaki KXF450 3D Core

3D printing has come a long way, this stunning custom motocross machine is the product of the imagination of Alvaro Dal Farra (a former freestyle and motocross pro) and 3D printing technology. The majority of the components were produced using the 3D printing process. Based around a standard Kawasaki KX 450 F from 2019, the mean dirt bike comes with a 3D printed tank, cowlings, fenders, fork guards, and a swingarm made by Scorpion Engineering.  It also features...
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