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The owner of this unusual motorcycle is most likely a Triumph Rocket III fan that couldn’t really afford the real thing, but with an innovative mind and a lot of work achieved his own interpretation of that name. This bodywork that would make any killer whale jealous does look like a Rocket, but it’s actually a retired drop tank (external disposable fuel tank) which wasn’t actually dropped during his career.

I don’t know where people get their hands on these things, but I love it despite the fact it has no purpose on this earth.

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All riders are very happy about their new bikes, especially if they had it custom made, but designing it yourself and ending up being the winner of your very own creation is indeed something else. Harley-Davidson has announced the winner of their “Build It and Win It” contest and made one lucky women extremely happy.

Talented Libby Hitchcock from Dallas, Georgia has used the interactive web tool and built her dream 2009 Harley-Davidson Softail Cross Bones motorcycle and it is now the lucky winner of the Build It and Win It contest. It means she won the precise motorcycle that she designed and shows how we all should give it a shot as soon as we hear about such contests.

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Previously known as Yamaha V-Max, now called Star VMax, this is one cruiser that means serious business and it is as advanced as we never even thought it was possible to get. We recently go the chance to test ride the beast so here is the full review. Check it out!

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Harley-Davidson knows that their Sportster models don’t look that good with a windscreen on, but they weren’t meant to do so in the first place so why bother. Still, riders are taking these bikes on the interstate where they happen to encounter different problems. The American manufacturer’s response is damn funny and it results from the video attached below.

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This has got to be someone’s idea of a green motorcycle!

Can any of you motorcycle owners out there even consider harnessing your two-wheeled machines like that? Except landscapers, I reckon you don’t too so it kills me to see this cruiser abandoned and yet so good being cared off. He’s got to at least unveil that V-Twin motor!

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Harley’s latest addition to their Dark Custom lineup – the Iron 883 – is nothing more than a blacked-out, stripped-down Sportster which addresses to the younger crowd, but it sure rocks.

In the promotional video, the bike is presented as being perfect for commuting, cruising and even to be ridden down the drag track in the weekends. And by the way, becoming a part of the exclusive Harley-Davidson club requires no password apart from the machine’s $7,899 MSRP.

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Day one of the New York Motorcycle Show brought the debut of a number of expected motorcycles and a variety of concepts. The most eye-catching of these last is the Victory CORE, a concept which represents the quintessence of a motorcycle as designers and engineers made sure that one piece would do the job of five. For example, the sand cast aluminum frame acts as a steering head, engine mount, gas tank and airbox (ok, that’s only four) so the complexity of this bike is what impresses.

Behind this innovative creation sits the Victory Freedom 106-ci V-Twin with and six-speed overdrive transmission. Although the engine and gearbox are already used on production Victory models, this bike isn’t heading for production – at least not in this form – due to a wooden seat and open exhausts, but Victory doesn’t really plan that. Their goal was to show towards what they’re heading and we reckon they made their point.

The Victory CORE is the work of Victory Motorcycles Industrial Design team so let’s hear them out!

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If you are looking for a better interpretation for “safe riding”, it is very likely that this armored Boss Hoss motorcycle qualifies for the perfect thing. Let’s say you’re pretty good at riding and the problem for you now isn’t keeping your butt on the bike, but protecting yourself and the machine from a weapon assault let’s say.

Hollywood stuntman and inventor Eddie Paul has designed the “Secret Weapon” which is basically a Boss Hoss motorcycle covered in thick metal body parts positioned at an angle for maximum deflection (just like on tanks) and featuring a Lexan bullet-proof windscreen. The thing even features two 7.62mm electrically driven rotating Gatling guns (replicas, of course).

The only question here is: If the bike on which you plan to ride, do stunts or show off looks like that, what does gearing up for riding imply?

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Motorcycle police participate in a rehearsal of the upcoming parade to celebrate the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama in Washington, January 11, 2009. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)

That’s the official part, but do you know what would have been great? In my opinion, if they would have had 44 motorcycles in the parade ;)

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