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Yamaha Xsr700

Following Ducati´s lead in presenting the vintage inspired Ducati Scrambler, Yamaha have presented the XSR700, a retro-modern roadster that pays tribute to the iconic XS650. It is packed with a liquid-cooled 689cc inline 2-cylinder 4-stroke engine, delivering a maximum output of 73.8 hp at 9000 rpm and 50.2 lb-ft. at 6500 rpm. The XSR700 carries a lot of retro touches, including vintage inspired headlight and rear light unit and a two-texture leather vintage style seat unit. The 2016 XSR700 will be available in Forest Green or Garage Metal paint schemes, with a ton of accessories to pick and customize it. watch the video



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The powerful battery beast we know as the GMC Hummer EV has been transformed into a two-wheel version thanks to a collaboration between eBike manufacturer Recon Power Bikes and General Motors. The new GMC HUMMER EV eBike features a pair of Bafang hub motors to provide all-wheel drive, and gives users access to three riding modes: rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive. Equipped with a 48-V LG lithium battery pack, the mighty eBike offers between 40...
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Busypeople KTM Scrambler

Over the years the KTM 390 Duke has become a popular platform for customization, and this latest build belongs to Akash Das from BusyPeople, a graphic designer based in Mumbai, India. Das saw potential in the 390 for a modern scrambler, and he started off by re-drawing the subframe  creating one that is much flatter and shorter. He also designed many of the custom parts using 3D software, then 3D printed prototype parts, before having the final pieces machined ...
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MOTO GUZZI O2

Marco Matteucci is a photographer and graphic designer, he is also a motorbike enthusiast and for the last three years has been on a motorcycle building adventure from his Workshop in Italy. This beautiful masterpiece started as a Tonti framed Moto Guzzi V35 TT from 1985, but was stripped to its bare essentials, cleaned and lovingly fitted with bespoke details such as a chopped rear end, wafer-like mudguards, a short exhaust, a stylish hand crafted leather saddle th...
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