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    This custom Batman trike made by Game Over Cycles, a Poland-based shop that restores and customizes motorcycles and vintage car. Photos at Game Over Cycles’ Facebook page. More pics after more.
    "Works on the Batmobile are not yet completed, so for now we can only tell you that for the next bike season the machine will get new wings and completely new suspension, but no one really knows where owner's imagination will take him with this vehicle. "
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    Café Racer Dreams (CRD) did this elegant Boxer for an ’84 model BMW R100. CRD #58 is an 84-model BMW R100, and it was built for a regular of the Madrid-based shop who lives in Nice, France. The shape is formed from a 1972 Puch Minicross. The original subframe was ditched in favor of a solo seat configuration. Up front are the forks, front hub and brake disc from a 1994 BMW F650 and the hub’s laced to a 19” rim, matched to an 18″ spoked setup at the rear. The seat is custom-made with a built-in LED tail light. The rear fender is a re-purposed R100 front fender, mounted on a hand-made brace.
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    This Ducati 900 II by Los Angeles-based motorcycle customizer Hazan Motorworks. Max Hazan’s new creation. The bike uses a new angular frame, housing a 360-pound engine that produces 90-95 horsepower.
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    Renowned custom motorcycle design house Deus Ex Machina has unveiled its interpretation of the BMW Motorrad R nineT in the form of the Heinrich Maneuver. The design of the bike centers around the massive fuel tank inspired by Heinrich's work and is complemented by a custom sub-frame and a suede and alloy seat. The bike is finished with a white paint scheme and everything from the BMW badge to the alternator covers have also been customized to better suit the bike.  The rear wheel is able to put out 110 hp — an increase of 6 hp over the stock bike. Enjoy the video provided below.
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    Revatu Customs unveileda Black Pearl, a motorcycle powered by a functioning steam engine. It actually works like a steam train, with the rear wheel driven by a huge crankshaft.
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    BMW unveils its latest Urban Racer Concept Motorcycle. Powered by a 1200cc twin cylinder engine outputting a beastly 115hp, and the wooden fuel tank guards and diamond pattern stitching used on the leather seats. Inspired by the aesthetic of modern military jets and stealth fighters.
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    This helmet looks amazing and features front air intakes to prevent fogging and rear exhaust vents to keep your head cool while riding your bite. There’s also a reflective shield with UV protection and removable top and cheek pads. It looks so cool. Designed by toy-maker NECA.  The fresh images are still marked "not final" and there's no price just yet, but Master Chief is definitely starting to take form. The Halo helmet will hit stores in July and it is fully approved by the Department of Transportation in the United States. For Halo fans!
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    Akrapovič presents new full moon custom show bike, is the unholy baby of a Vespa, a Harley Davidson, and a Tron bike.  Looks like a space bike from future. Really Cool!
    "December 6th was reserved for the spectacular unveiling of a secret project that took over 800 hours to complete, set to coincide with the full moon. Following the trail of Morsus and Mashina, the latest addition to this radical family wowed the crowds with its immense thirty-inch front wheel, as well as its equally outrageous body that forms an integral part of the Akrapovič exhaust system, making the bike itself essentially an exhaust."
    There’s no word on what exactly happened with the bike after the show, whether it was sold or kept by the company to show off again at a later date.
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    Founded in 2013 by twentysomethings Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder, Munich bike builders Diamond Atelier put their first work up for sale, a completely custom BMW R80 from 1992. The 18″ spoked front wheel and floating brake discs were sourced from an R100R, while the forks were lowered three inches and clamped by custom upper triples. Top-flight controls were fitted to Fehling clipon bars, and the headlight is a combination of Yamaha and Honda parts. The tail section was built from scratch, the frame was completely de-tabbed and cleaned up, and new housings were designed for the alternator, starter and shaft drive. Finally, the pale blue finish was hand-mixed, accented with black pinstriping as a nod to BMW’s heritage. More pics after more.
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    The Kawasaki Ninja H2R superbike was unveiled this year's Intermot motorcycle show in Germany. It is powered by a supercharged, 300 horsepower inline four-cylinder engine, the bike wrapped in a carbon fiber fairing and a green trellis frame, it's one of the baddest-looking bikes ever. It’s the most powerful motorcycle ever produced. You’ll also notice it has wings. To ensure this screamer wouldn’t balk at corners, the wheelbase was kept short, so those wings work to keep it earthbound under full throttle acceleration.
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    It's the new Ronin 47 from Ronin Motor Works, based on the Buell 1125.  Only 47 will be made. With a price tag of $38,000 per unit! The engine, oversized front rotors and frame that doubles as the fuel tank are unmistakably all Buell. But most of the rest of the bike has been completely re-stylized by Magpul. The Showa forks are gone, replaced by a cast aluminum alloy linkage fork that gives the bike its distinctive, hunched-forward look. The clutch lever housing includes a 4-way switch that controls the displays on the instruments, which have been slotted into a cast aluminum nacelle. The bike starts up via an RFID chip, which activates a receiver under the custom airbox cover.
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    BRP presents Can-Am’s 2015 Spyder F3, is a three-wheeled motorcycles has a 115hp 3-cylinder engine. The Spyder F3 features the exclusive UFit system, allowing riders to personalize their Spyder F3 with customized peg positions and handlebar options to express their own personality and riding style. The personalization is enhanced further by a range of new parts, accessories, clothing and hero packages, including the Touring Escape, Muscle Attitude and Urban Nights packages. It is currently available for $19,499. Watch the video below.
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    Now you can paint with light. Yes, LumiLor paint from Darkside Scientific is pretty much a liquid spray-on LED. Any surface sprayed with this stuff, and connected properly, can be lit instantly, in colours of your choosing!
    The patented LumiLor™ Electroluminescent Coating System system is a practical and durable electroluminescent coating technology that goes on like paint, but will illuminate when energized with an electrical current.
    LumiLor™ has been successfully applied to metals (primed first to insulate them electrically), numerous types of thermoplastic, wood, glass and even carbon fiber. LumiLor has been applied to compound curves and complex shapes of many sizes and is flexible to nearly a full 180 degree bend.
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    Utilizing electroluminescent (EL) materials, these helmets are surrounded completely in an attention-getting glow. It  powered by a small controller that has three mode selections: constant glow, blink, and off. The controller uses two AA batteries and lasts 13 hours when using 2000 mAh NiMH rechargeables. The controller easily clamps onto the helmet via the space between the shell and the padding or via a curved adhesive mount. All LightMode controllers mount to the right side to keep the left side free for Bluetooth communication devices.
    It is currently up for funding on kickstarter.
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    Driven By Bacon, this documentary is about a diesel motorcycle that runs on bacon grease fuel. Austin-based Hormel makes a bacon grease powered motorcycle. Hormel came up with the idea of powering a motorcycle dubbed Hormel Black Label Bacon Motorcycle that runs on B-100 bio-diesel which is converted from bacon waste into bio-diesel by bio-Blend Fuels in Winsconsin. The bike fuel costs just $3.50 a gallon and makes the motorcycle run 75-100 miles per gallon. According to Nick Schweitzer, Hormel brand manager, the bacon bio-fuel does leave behind the smell of bacon when one drives it on the roads which all goes well for bacon lovers. Hormel is also looking for a bacon lover who’ll ride the bike on a cross country trip from Austin, MN to San Diego, CA.
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    "Following two years of careful planning and intense development, Kodewa is delighted to announce that the prototype of the world's first motorcycle to bear the legendary Lotus marque is now road registered and ready for action."
    The Lotus Motorcycles C-01 designed by Daniel Simon, powered by a 1,195-cc V-twin engine with a distinctive body, power comes in at 200 horsepower. The chassis is made up of steel, titanium and carbon fiber, with a seat height of about 28 inches. With weight of under 400 pounds, and it only made just 100 units.
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    Sway Motorsports has unveiled a prototype of its tilting three-wheel electric scooter, Sway Lithium electric trike. Powered by a 60-V, 20-Ah lithium iron phosphate battery pack, which gives the vehicle a range of about 10 miles (16 km). The wheels are driven by a 3500 W hub motor in the Sway's solitary rear wheel, giving the 230-lb (104-kg) scooter a top speed of 40 mph (64 km/h).
    The Sway will be available in three models, the Basic, the Lithium and the LithiumPlus.
    The Basic at $4999 is just that, with a 20 mile range, a 35 mph top speed, lead acid batteries and a weight of 280 pounds, it can almost be called usable.
    The Lithium at $7999 has a 40 mile range, top speed of 60 mph and weighs in at 220 pounds.
    There's also a LithiumPlus. Though not yet shown on their site.
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    The Voxan Wattman electric motorcycle, with 150 kW (200 hp) of power at full tilt, can pull the 350 kg (770 lb) bike from 0 to 160 km/h (0-100 mph) in 5.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 170 km/h (106 mph). The Voxan's motor can deliver 150 kW (200 hp) at 10,500 rpm, and generates some 200 Nm (150 lb ft) of torque over most of the torque curve. With the 12.8kWh battery, while being able to recharge to 80% in 30 minutes. There’s no word on price.
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    Featuring a Heads-Up Display (HUD) that projects an image on the visor, you’ll be able to get turn by turn directions or a standard map view. The Skully Synapse HUD is integrated into the helmet visor and appears to float around 20 feet ahead of the rider’s field of view. The Slick Motorcycle Helmet has a rearview camera, GPS navigation, play music and connect with both iOS and Android devices. And the company plans to release an SDK for developers later this year. The company claims is good for 9 hours, enough for a full day of riding. As for pricing, that’s still up in the air, but you can get in line to be part of the beta-testing set to begin in the next few months.
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