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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Range at werd.com
2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Range

With clean, classic lines plus Italian design and engineering, the new range of 2013 V7 models from Moto Guzzi is one of the most interesting things happening in the mid-size bike market. 3 models: the blacked-out V7 Stone, the touring equipped V7 Special, and the café-inspired V7 Racer all feature Guzzi’s signature 90º V-twin 750cc powerplant & amazingly, all 3 are priced under $10K.

BUY IT   $8990-9990 Also posted in Rides

2013 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout at werd.com
2013 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout

Harley has been trying hard to shake the stigma their big twin bikes have as being heavy, two-wheeled chrome boats that dads and doctors drive on Sunday afternoons. Their latest effort, the 2013 Softail CVO Breakout retains the chrome but gets chopped fenders, a 240 rear tire, a beefy air intake, and offers the best weight to torque ratio of all the CVO bikes. Fast? Definitely.

BUY IT   $26,499 Also posted in Rides

Bandit9 Nero at werd.com
Bandit9 Nero

Built around China’s only motorcycle that can even loosely be called a classic, the Chang Jiang 750, this chopped up and murdered one-off custom called Nero, from Beijing-based Bandit9 is as mean a CJ750 as you’re likely to ever see. Custom-made tank and tins, seat, exhaust and electrical plus the all-over matte black spray job guaranteed the Nero a spot on all the cool biker blogs. You can see why.

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BMW Motorrad e-scooter at werd.com
BMW Motorrad e-scooter

When it comes to building vehicles of any sort, BMW doesn’t really mess around. This serious-looking prototype electric-powered scooter could soon be on the roads hitting speeds nearing 75 MPH with a range of over 60 miles. It features an energy recuperation technology that reuses engine drag torque from braking to increase range up to 20-percent.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Rides

Brammo Empulse at werd.com
Brammo Empulse

Any plug-in electric vehicle that isn’t a Leaf is cool in our book but few are as downright dope as the Brammo Empulse. Brammo’s two new models: the Empulse & Empulse R, have a transmission that feels like a traditional motor & hits 100+MPH plus feature proven parts like Brembo brakes and Marzocchi forks. 100 miles of riding for every dollar in electricity sounds good, too.

BUY IT   $16,995 Also posted in Rides

Moto Guzzi by Kaffeemaschine at werd.com
Moto Guzzi by Kaffeemaschine

Like all bikes from Hamburg, Germany-based builder Axel Budde, this Guzzi café racer is a one off. Aside from that rebuilt V11 motor, just about every other part on the bike is custom, handmade or re-purposed from a treasure chest of 80s Italian parts. The balanced silhouette, power, and undeniable appeal of this bike beg the question: Why don’t any new bikes look this cool? Source

BUY IT   $ Custom Also posted in Rides

Tridays Triumph Scrambler at werd.com
Tridays Triumph Scrambler

Right out of the wrapper, Triumph’s Scrambler model is pretty sick. It’s packed with a classic-looking 865cc Paralles twin motor and a trim package made for on or off-road action. The beefed-up, modified custom you see here was built by two skillful European craftsmen for Germany’s annual summer Triumph festival called Tridays, and its classic grass-track race called the Rumble. Looks like a winner to us. Source

BUY IT   $ Custom Also posted in Rides

Deus Yamaha Blaster at werd.com
Deus Yamaha Blaster

If all you know about motorcycles is that you need a cool one, get one from Deus Ex Machina. We feature their bikes pretty often and that’s because they don’t make any lame ones. This highly modified Yamaha is only a 225 so it’s light, easy to ride and sips gas. The wide tires are great for on or off road rallying  and the clutter-free rear end & alloy tank make it look pretty mean for it’s size.

BUY IT   $11,990 Also posted in Rides

DP Customs Seventy Three Harley Ironhead at werd.com
DP Customs Seventy Three Harley Ironhead

If you look at DP Customs’ “Seventy Three Ironhead” and ask yourself, “Why a hard tail and a sprung front end?” or “Why so black?” you should really just stick to driving your minivan and forget about motorcycles altogether. Source

BUY IT   $ Custom Also posted in Rides

Yamaha Virago by Doc’s Chops at werd.com
Yamaha Virago by Doc’s Chops

In its original form, the old Yamaha XV920 was more than just a little lame. It was unremarkable in pretty much every way. Greg Hageman of Doc’s Chops however, has made his name by transforming old metric dogs into mean machines. These aren’t quick strip-down builds; this bike got a new sub-frame, a full rebuild, and re-purposed parts from a half dozen other bikes. Clearly Hageman knows what he’s doing. Source

BUY IT   $ Custom Also posted in Rides
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