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X132 Hellcat | By Confederate Motorcycles

American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles recently formalized the release of their monstrous streetfighter, the X132 Hellcat. The beast is powered by an impressive V-twin 2163cc 132 BHP engine and with 200Nm of torque, it is capable of tearing your arms out(not true...but close). It comes equipped with an Aircraft Aircraft-Grade Billet aluminum frame and carbon fiber wheels enabling it to maintain a weight below 230 kg. The bike will be produced in limited numbers(only 160 per year) and will sell for an equally impressive $50,000.

Also check out these other striking bikes by Confederate Motorcycles:
- B120 Wraith 
- P120 Fighter
- Hellcat Combat 

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Ninja P Mini-Pump

When it comes to pumping, size really does matter, but bigger isn´t necessarily always better, you might find a large pump quite hard to conceal, and it doesnt look particularly pretty either. The super-light Ninja P Mini-Pump by Topeak hides inside your seatpost to keep the clean lines of your bike, while still easily accessed when needed. A dust ring keeps the pump head clean, and an included rubber mounting ring secures the pump. Compatible with most round seat p...
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Wally 55 is another beauty from our favorite shipyard, Wally Yachts. Wally has an unconventional approach to yacht and powerboat design, and the Wally 55 is no exception. With a distinctive military look, Wally 55 is the ultimate open sports cruiser, equipped with four powerful engines each producing 435-horsepower and able to deliver a top speed in excess of 40 knots. Wally offers a custom service, you can choose from a two-cabin or three-cabin version, and develop...
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The Triumph Bonneville is one of our all time favorite motorbikes, we have featured several custom Bonneville´s over the years, our latest crush is this masterpiece by British custom specialists Down & Out, based on a standard T100 SE. The bike was commissioned by the founder of Bike Shed (a custom motorbike culture website), and this build is all about chassis parts, weight loss, the right design & paint, and throwing away the bits that look ugly – ending u...
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