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Atacama 700

Made to order and assembled by hand by Germany based motorcycle workshop WalzWerk-Racing, the Atacama 700, is based on a Yamaha XSR700 and is converted into an absolutely pure and puristic driving machine. Available in two versions, the Atacama 700 and 700 S, the beastly bike weighs only 160kg, comes with a two-cylinder in-line engine that delivers 80bhp, JvB front and side fenders, adjustable footrests, ABM brakes and clutch levers, SC-Project exhaust system, front and rear LED lights, as well as a custom paint finish. The S model also features extra equipment, including a 520 racing chain, a K&N racing filter, and Wilbers progressive fork springs and mono-shock, among others. The company produces only 12 units per year. The prices range from around $17,800 for the Atacama 700 to $20,000 for the S model.



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ZONDA 42 YACHT

We have already you shown you the stunning Frauscher Motoryacht, now from Brasil yachtmakers Zonda comes this awesome machine. The boat accelerates from 0 to 20 knots in less than 9 seconds and reaches a speed exceeding 50 miles p/h. The idea came at the hands of businessman Eduardo Souza Ramos, who inspired modern Italian Wally boats, he then hired the internationally renowned boat designer Javier Soto Acebal....
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ROBS WOODGRAIN BIKE FRAMES

This is a stunning looking cycle, if you want your ride painted like this, send it to Rob, he will get your frame woodgrained. Rob Pollock has been perfecting the art of faux woodgraining, traditionally used in the restoration of classic cars and vintage hot rods, Rob has applied this technique to custom bike frames. Each frame is hand painted by Rob himself and finished with two pot epoxy resin to give a hard durable finish. ...
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SPORTSMAN FLYER | MOTORIZED BICYCLES | Image

SPORTSMAN FLYER | MOTORIZED BICYCLES

The Sportsman Flyer Company started not as a business, but as a hobby. Pat Dolan has built and collected cars and bicycles for years and has always wanted to add a motorized bicycle to his collection. He decided to build one, so he developed a series of vintage style parts not available any else. Here we feature one of his creations, the stunning the Racer Model....
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