Chopper Works-Australia style
These guys are one of the fastest growing Harley-Davidson motorcycle customising businesses in Australia, it is also our objective to be able to provide our customers with every component needed to complete their bike. Established in 2003, we are a family owned and operated company boasting a combined industry total of over 40 years experience and expertise in the field of customizing, which we draw upon to deliver high quality product to all of our clients and customers.
See more at: www.chopperworks.com.au
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Santiago Choppers in Florida
These guys do a little of everything...from the crotch rockets to the cruisers...they do it right! Visit them at: www.santiagochopper.com
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TWISTED CHOPPERS A DIVISION OF CUSTOM INNOVATIONS, INC are out of South Dakota. Neat builds are happening under this roof.
27085 S TALLGRASS AVE
SIOUX FALLS, SD 57108
TOLL FREE: 888.507.7233
Visit them at: www.twistedchoppers.com
Scooter Shooterz...Out of Indiana. Making some need rides! You can check out more at the web site: www.scootershooterz.com
You can contact them at: 9602 W. 133rd Avenue, Cedar Lake, IN 46303
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Ready for the snow!
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An oldie but a goodie
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Boxer Sopra Concept
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Boxer BA737 Concept
2012 Aprilia Tuono V4R and Tuono V4R APRC
With its 65° V4 engine unashamedly flaunted and framed by the brushed aluminum elements of the twin spar frame, the Tuono V4 is a naked clad only with the bare minimum necessary to let you saddle up and teach it to respond to your will.
Adding yet another touch of aggressiveness is the aerodynamic top fairing tipped with two polyelliptical headlights and LED indicators at the sharp end, which gives the bike the unequivocally mean, daunting stare that you'd expect from a machine with an incredible 167.3 horsepower.
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Voted bike of the show: EICMA International Motorcycle Show in Milan
The new model not only will deliver record performance, breathtaking design and technical innovation, it also breaks with our Superbike tradition by adding a name to its 1199cc engine capacity, making a significant and warm association to its historic roots in the Borgo Panigale (pronounced "Pan-ee-gah-lee") area of Bologna. In an Italian territory known as "Motor Valley" and where high performance and racing runs through the veins of its passionate people, we decided to underline our pride in being world ambassadors for the "Made in Italy" title by immortalizing our home town in the name of the best sportsbike ever built.
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Mark it on your calendar!
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Yamaha RD350 by Analog
This bike started as a 1973 RD350 that was halfway towards a café racer conversion when the current owner bought it. After the bike sat around for years untouched, the owner commissioned Analog Motorcycles to finish the job.
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