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Yamaha Xs650 Scrambler | By Left Hand Cycles

Left Hand Cycles is a custom bike workshop recently founded by Richard and Lex, two motorbike enthusiasts inspired by caferacing and motorcycles from the seventies. Their latest build is this Yamaha XS650 Scrambler named "The Transformer", we love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this. It includes the "Acid King" transformer kit, allowing you to choose between two faces, one as industrial caferacer look(which includes rusty tank, seen on last picture) or as a gentlemens Scrambler. How cool is that?



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Federal Moto BMW R100 | Image

Federal Moto BMW R100

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, a sleek trimmed-down Cafe Racer that pays tribute to the past. Named "The Five”, the BMW R100 has been stripped to its essentials and fitted with a front fender, mini handlebar switches, leather grips, a airbox hole cover, a headlight capped off with a mesh guard, and a dual-shock setup under the custom leather sea...
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1945 Volkswagen Type 51 Beetle | Image

1945 Volkswagen Type 51 Beetle

Here is a one-of-a-kind chance to own this extremely early, rare, and historically significant Beetle. Built in November 1945, just two months after the end of WWII, this is a very rare Typ/Series 51. Based on the Kublewagen, the car is 75mm higher than standard and was built when the British army controlled the VW factory. Finished in the original flat black, this early Beetle has just completed a full restoration performed by a highly regarded South Australian bod...
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Maxlider 4-Door Bronco | Image

Maxlider 4-Door Bronco

Few cars can capture the true adventurous energy that the Ford Bronco exudes, the iconic SUV was one of the world´s leading 4x4 vehicles for three decades (between 1966 and 1996) but Ford never offered a four-door Bronco to the public. The team at Maxlider Brothers Customs has taken it upon themselves to rectify this glaring error by stretching a first-gen Bronco, fitting an extra set of doors, and a third row of seats to take more pals off-road! The build is mighty...
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