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Yamaha Xs400 | By Hold Fast Motors

Hold Fast Motors is a small workshop run by Andrew Hull from Austin, Minessota. He has done an awesome job turning this 1979 Yamaha XS400 into a Brat/Scrambler hybrid, named "Black & Tan”. Inspired by the knobby tires and the rough look of the Triumph Steve McQueen was riding in the movie "Great Escape", Andrew´s creation went from a brat bike to this cool knobby tired scrambler.

source: the bike shed




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HORSE CYCLES X KM CITY CRUISER | Image

HORSE CYCLES X KM CITY CRUISER

Kaufmann Mercantile have teamed up with Brooklyn´s Horse Cycles for this exclusive, handcrafted single speed bike. The utilitarian ride features a minimal, elegant design, and features a strong yet lightweight frame, and comes with Brooks leather handle grips and matching leather seat, and a copper badge that can be customized with an engraving. Each cruiser is made to order and is available in a choice of olive or cream....
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CARHARTT FIXED GEAR BIKE | BY CHARGE | Image

CARHARTT FIXED GEAR BIKE | BY CHARGE

UK based company Charge and Carhartt have joined forces to create the perfect of a single-speed and a fixed gear bike. Charge is a UK based bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional bicycles and frames with a distinct and contemporary styling. The flip-flop hub on the back wheel can be turned around. With a single speed on one side of the hub and a fixed gear on the other side, you just have to turn around the back wheel, remove the brakes, and the resu...
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BUCKS INDIAN MOTORCYCLES

Buck’s Indian Motorcycle is a family run business in West Virginia. Headed by Buck Rinker, the family restore beautiful vintage Indian motorcycles. Indian is an American brand of motorcycles, they were manufactured from 1901 to 1953, they are timeless works of art. Check out Buck´s website for more stunning restorations....
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