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A garage for special motorcycles and cafe racers.
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  • 09/26/18--23:19: Siebenhundertundfünfzig

  • CB750 Sevenefifty CR by Kaspeed

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  • 09/28/18--14:43: Optical XT600

  • Bad Winners' build #038 : Yamaha XT 600 T pure supermoto 

    Main Specs. 
Carbs: Keihin CR39
. Airfilters: Classic Cone
- Exhaust: TEC
. Headlight: LED
. Speedo: Motogadget. 
Tires: Dunlop. 
Suspension: YSS 

    Paris - France

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  • 09/28/18--16:24: Boato

  • Kawasaki ZRX 1100 "Boato" by Officine Sbrannetti 

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  • 10/05/18--13:53: 43rd by K-Speed

  • Honda CB1300 Super Four by K-Speed built to celebrate 43rd birthday of the builder

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  • 10/06/18--05:15: CB1000R Icro

  • 2018 CB1000R "ICRO" by Antonio Rullo, inspired by Manga e Science fiction
    3D Painting by Ivan Motta
    145 Bhp @10.500 rpm - 11 kgm @8.250 rpm

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  • 10/06/18--16:59: Redeemed Four

  • 1974 CB750 by Redeemed Cycles

    Custom paint by Jason Deavers. Upholstery by Quinn Phelan. Prism tail light. Firestone tires. Mac header. Cone Engineering muffler. Engine tuning by Dave Jason & Ben Smith.

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  • 10/07/18--02:06: Hyperclassic CB1100 Four

  • Turning the look of a modern CB1100 into the one of the hyperclassic CB750 Four is no longer a news... Nevertheless this is exactly the bike I'd like to have in my garage (*)... 
    By the profilic K-Speed in BKK.

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  • 10/07/18--04:26: The Girl with the V-Twin

  • Cardsharper's Honda CX 500 Scrambler custom...

    (Inazumized pics)

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  • 10/08/18--15:41: Moto Technology 650

  • Moto Technology Honda CBX650 Custom 

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  • 10/09/18--14:51: RHCC Sevenfifty

  • Honda Seven Fifty cafè racer by RHCC

    New suspensions: inverted fork, monoshock conversion with single sided swingarm. 17" modern cast wheels, modified Guzzi fuel tank, custom rear frame and seat, new exhausts.

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  • 10/10/18--03:28: Montjuïc

  • Norton Commando cafe racer "Montjuïc" by Guzzi Motobox 

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  • 10/10/18--03:28: Red Rooster

  • 1982 GL500 by Mokka Cycles

    Honda CBR forks. Yamaha R1 rear shock. Custom frame. Puch M125 fuel tank. Spoke wheels. Stainless steel exhaust. Handmade aluminium fairing.

    Inazumized photos by Peter Mosoni
    Mokka Cycles - Budapest, Hungary

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  • 10/10/18--15:03: Il Padrino (The Godfather)

  • Pepo's 2018 Ducati Monster 1200R 

    Main specs: Custom sub frame, licence plate support, Ducati Scrambler front light (with custom grid), led rear light and indicators. Ohlins fork and steering damper. RC Racing wáter radiator. Wolfman 2 in 1 exhaust system with Spark mufflers. Ducati Desert sled handelbar. Aluminium hand guard, foldable and regulable levers. Ducabike aluminium CNC machined footrests and relevant supports. Ducabike clutch cover kit. Ducabike alluminium water pump cover. Ducabike rear sprocket carrier. Regina gold chain. Custom fuel tank. Carbon fibre details: front fender, swingarm cover, chain cover, sprocket cover. XTR number plate. Custom (bad ass) seat and upholstery. Painting by Pintumoto. 

    Inazumized photos by Cesar Godoy

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  • 10/12/18--11:06: V-Racer

  • Yamaha XV750 "V-Racer"
    Yes, it's another Virago cafe racer by K-Speed...
    But I love it.

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  • 10/14/18--15:49: Zeus Shovel

  • The Realistic Project Model: 1983 Harley Davidson Shovelhead, built by Zeus 

    Zeus Customs - bangkok, Thailand

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  • 10/17/18--23:29: Remy's Seven Fifty

  • CB750 Seven Fifty by Rusty Wrench based on the owner's (Remy Gonçalves) project

    Inazumized photos by Remy Gonçalves

    RW Motorcycles, Rusty Wrench - Faro, Portugal

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  • 10/18/18--04:00: Sunrace

  • "Nortonized" MotoGuzzi V35 Imola by Marco Matteucci

    by Matteucci Garage - Montegranaro (Fermo) - Italy

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  • 10/18/18--09:00: Readers' rides: the Avispón

  • 2006 Honda CB600 Hornet 

    Pablo Vales from Madrid is an amateur builder. He named his garage "Three Stones Cycles". This is his second project which took him one year to be finished. His targets were to get clean and straight lines without neglecting the original sporty character of his Hornet. The bike was completely dismantled, the engine and the chassis were repainted. He simplified the electrics  and relocated the fuses and the new lithium battery inside the new custom tail. New power filters were installed together with a Dynojet kit and a GPR competition exhausts. The new tank is coming from a 1985 Kawasaki 650, to which a new Monza fuel cap and a visual fuel level were adapted. The subframe was also completely reworked, using laser cut aluminum. The radiator coolant expansion tank is hidden inside it. The mudguards and relevant brackets were handcrafted while the stock fairing was modified to give it a more compact and sporty look.The painting was completed by Pintumoto.

    Pablo Vales di Madrid è un costruttore dilettante. Ha chiamato il suo garage "Three Stones Cycles". Questo è il suo secondo progetto che gli è costato un anno di lavoro. Il suo obiettivo erano linee pulite e tese mantenendo l'originale carattere sportivo della sua Hornet. La moto è stata completamente smontata, il motore e il telaio sono stati riverniciati. Ha semplificato l'impianto elettrico e riposizionato fusibili e nuova batteria al litio all'interno del nuovo codino artigianale. Nuovi filtri sportivi sono stati installati insieme con un kit Dynojet e uno scarico GPR da competizione. Il nuovo serbatoio proviene da una Kawasaki 650 del 1985, a cui sono stati adattati un nuovo tappo  Monza e il visore del livello carburante. Anche il telaio sottosella è stato completamente rielaborato, utilizzando alluminio tagliato al laser. Il serbatoio di espansione del liquido di raffreddamento del radiatore è nascosto al suo interno. I parafanghi e le relative staffe sono stati realizzati a mano mentre la carenatura originale è stata modificata per conferirgli un aspetto più compatto e sportivo. La verniciatura è di Pintumoto.

    Three Stones Cycles - Madrid, Spain

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  • 10/20/18--02:58: Drag

  • Shot @ Dunn-Benson Drag Strip Inc. by Redeemed Cycles 

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  • 10/20/18--06:36: Lucky Suzy

  • Lucky Kustom's build #68 "Project Gulf" base on a Suzuki twin GS500

    Lucky Custom - Cordoba, Argentina

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  • 10/20/18--07:43: Super Cobra

  • The ugly Honda NX400 Falcon becomes the Super Cobra, build #67 by Lucky Kustom

    Lucky Custom - Cordoba, Argentina

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  • 10/21/18--02:01: Commando 961 Street

  • Norton Commando 961 "Street"
    Limited edition of 50 models, unveiled at the Donington Hall factory last October 12th 

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  • 10/21/18--06:49: R100 Girl

  • 1983 BMW R100RS cafe cross by 72 Cycles Performance 

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  • 10/22/18--16:19: You only live twice

  • 29 beautiful shots of one of the only two Toyota 2000 GT roadster ever produced. 
    She lived only twice.

    Some time ago, Inazuma cafe featured some shots of the Toyota 2000GT coupè: a limited-production, front-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seat, hardtop coupé designed by Toyota in collaboration with Yamaha. Introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1965, the 2000GT was, effectively, manufactured under contract by Yamaha between 1967 and 1970. The car was powered by longitudinally mounted 1,988 cc straight-6 engine based on the top-of-the-line powertrain of the Toyota Crown sedan. It was transformed by Yamaha with a new DOHC head into a 148 bhp at 6,600 rpm and 175 Nm at 5,000 rpm of torque sport car engine. Fuel feed was through 3X2-barrel Mikuni-Solex 40 PHH carburetors. Fitted with a five-speed manual transmission, the car was available with three different final drives. Both a limited slip differential and all-round power-assisted disc brake, a first for a Japanese car, were standard. Only 351 regular production units were built. The 2000GT revolutionized the automotive world's view of Japan, then viewed as a producer of imitative and stodgily practical vehicles. As a sleek, high-performance fastback, the 2000 GT demonstrated for the first time that Japanese auto makers could produce a sport car to rival the better marques of Europe. The 2000GT made its most famous screen appearance in the 1967 James Bond movie You Only Live Twice, most of which was filmed in Japan. Two one-off topless models were made specially for the film. It is claimed a targa had been considered to accommodate the burly 6' 2" Sean Connery. This retained the original car's fastback profile but eliminated rear side windows. Purportedly, Connery's head stuck out of the top and a roofless version was fabricated in just two weeks for the movie. The car was mainly driven by Bond girlfriend Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi) in the film. Daniel Craig himself voted the 2000GT as his favourite Bond car ever.

    Qualche tempo fa, all'Inazuma cafe avevamo pubblicato alcuni scatti della Toyota 2000GT: una sportiva, due posti secchi a motore anteriore e trazione posteriore, progettata dalla Toyota in collaborazione con la Yamaha. Fu presentata al Tokyo Motor Show nel 1965, e in effetti fu prodotta su licenza dalla Yamaha tra il 1967 e il 1970 in numero limitato e per il solo mercato Giapponese. L'auto era motorizzaqta da un sei cilindri in linea di 1988 cc montato longitudinalmente, evoluzione del propulsore top di gamma della Toyota Crown berlina. Fu modificato da Yamaha con una nuova testata bialbero a camme in testa in un motore sportivo da 148 CV a 6.600 giri e 175 Nm a 5.000 giri. L'alimentazione era tramite tre carburatori doppio corpo Mikuni-Solex 40 PHH. Equipaggiata con un cambio manuale a cinque marce, la vettura era disponibile con tre diverse trasmissioni finali. Sia il differenziale a slittamento limitato che i quattro freni a disco servoassistiti erano, per la prima volta su un auto giapponese, di serie. Ne furono prodotte solo 351 unità. La 2000GT rivoluzionò l'immagine della produzione automobilistica del Giappone, sino ad allora visto come un produttore di copie di auto utilitarie. Coupé elegante e prestazionale, la 2000 GT dimostrò per la prima volta che i produttori di auto giapponesi potevano proporre una sportiva competitiva con i migliori marchi europei. La più famosa apparizione cinematografica della 2000GTfu nel film del 1967 "Si vive solo due volte" di James Bond, che fu prevalentemente girato in Giappone. Due versioni spyder fuori serie furono realizzate appositamente per il film. La storia vuole che furono inizialmente considerate delle versioni targa, in quanto il quasi metro e novanta di Sean Connery non sarebbe riuscito a prendere comodamente posto nella coupè. A quanto pare, però, la testa di Connery sporgeva in modo antiestetico e fu necessario costruire una versione completamente aperta in solo due settimane per girare le scene del film dove Ll macchina veniva però guidata principalmente dalla Bond girl Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi). Daniel Craig stesso ha dichiarato la 2000GT la sua Bond car preferita.

    Photos by TED7 Automotive & Real Estate Art of Photography

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  • 10/23/18--14:59: Droog Triple

  • Triumph 675 by Droog Moto

    Specs: Aluminum solid wheel inserts. Custom exhausts. Custom subframe and seat. LED lighting. Custom tracker plate and fender. Handlebar conversion. Antigravity battery. Custom tank treatment. Michelin Anakee Wild Tires.