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Wreckless Kawasaki W650

Located in the UK, the fuel that drives this custom motorcycle shop is the passion for creating unique and spectacular machines. Although the Wreckless Motorcycles workshop has a special interest in Ducatis from the 60s and 70s, this beauty featured here is a stunning build based on a Kawasaki W650 from 1999. Their idea was to create a bike that looked vintage but at the same time was easy and modern to handle. The end result is a powerful and easy to ride motorcycle with a retro urban scrambler style right in sight. For more details on the build head over to their website.



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OUTSIDE VAN

Portland-based Outside Van specialize in converting the Mercedes Sprinter into a drool-worthy, tricked-out camper van with loads of interior space for dedicated to hauling sports gear into and out of the wild. Designed for serious gear heads, the kitted out 4WD overlanding vehicle has some serious exterior upgrades to choose from, like a ruggedized pre-runner bumper, off-road LED light bars, gnarly tires, a rear ladder, and cross bars up top for hauling paddleboards...
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SUZUKI KATANA

Suzuki have unveiled the all-new 2019 Katana, a tribute to the ultimate 80s sportsbike. Born in 1981, the original Suzuki Katana became an instant legend for its iconic styling and for its outstanding performance. Now, lovers of that 80s motorcycle icon can celebrate as Suzuki has announced its triumphant return in the form of the Katana GSX-R1000. The new bike uses the famed original as its inspiration, with sharp-edged lines, and is powered by a 999cc GSX-R1000 en...
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SMART EBIKE

The hybrid bike from Smart, which was presented at the Paris Salon of 2010, will be launched in the first half of 2012. The model is hybrid, it uses an electric motor in conjunction with muscle strength, which generates power in cycling. With more than 400 Wh,the battery can last more than 38 miles. The bike also has interaction with smart phones and was developed in partnership with the German manufacturer Grace, creators of the amazing Grace Urban-bike. Watch the ...
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