Bell x Roland Sands Designs Bullitt

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One of the most talented bike builders puts his spin on one of the best looking motorcycle helmets out there, the Bell Bullitt. Red, White, and Blue stripes give the Bullitt a bold and patriotic hue while playing up Sands' love for vintage styling. If you're not familiar with the Bullitt, Bell turned the clocks back and took their inspiration from the original Star helmet and created a helmet with all those beautiful, classic lines, but with all the necessary, modern safety features.

$449, Bell

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Chrome Motor

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Chrome focuses on a different kind of two-wheeled enthusiast with a collection that focuses on motorcycle-specific bags. The bags are made from their own proprietary ballistic nylon that is designed to be heat, abrasion, and weather-resistant, but also 3x more heat resistant and 4x more abrasion resistant than typical ballistic nylons that are available today.

The Motor collection will feature two bags: Chrome's classic messenger style constructed in their HD Ballistic nylon material and a rolltop backpack called the Barrage that has a welded-waterproof design, integrated tool panel, separate wet/dry cargo compartment, and an expandable design.

Chrome

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2015 Ducati Scrambler

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It has been 40 years since the Scrambler name adorned the tank of a Ducati motorcycle and this year the Italian bike builder is bringing it back in a big way with a classic design that is fully modern in its performance and construction.

Ducati isn't calling their Scrambler a retro bike, the idea is behind the Scrambler is what it would be today if it was never discontinued. It will be available in four versions: Icon, Urban Enduro, Full Throttle, and Classic. The bikes will be powered by a oil and air-cooled L-twin two-valve 803 cc engine and will make its way to dealerships in January 2015.

$8,495-$10,995, Ducati

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Deus Hunter Gatherer

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The Australian division of Deus has been busy tooling around with a new build that's a dirt-ready machine that is sure to turn some heads with its rugged styling and industrial attitude.

Bathed in grey and black, the bike is built to take on anything with Pirelli Scorpions and custom rear suspenders that lengthened to allow for more travel. The bike is also equipped with custom alloy fenders, twin K&N filters, and a custom 2 into 1 header matched with a SuperTrapp performance muffler.

Deus Sydney

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Deus Pegasus

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Inspired by a customer's race-ready Camaro and CBR1000 Fireblades, Deus came up with one of their most menacing creations to ever hit the asphalt, the Pegasus. Blacked out with blinding orange wheels, the Pegasus is one impressive build based on a hardtail Kawasaki W650.

The bike got a thorough do-over with a set of power coated 17 inch wheels in the rear and 21 inch wheels in the front, bates style headlights sit in front of custom bars and mirrors. The fuel tank is sourced from a Yamaha SR400 and is atop a black satin motor where it sits alongside a custom hard tail section, custom battery box, and an air box eliminator kit. The bike is then finished with custom fenders and seating and a header and muffler system that's ceramic coated in white.

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Icon E-Flyer II

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With many of their masterpieces going for a cool six figures it should have been no surprise that the most reasonably priced entry into the Icon range would quickly sell out. Released late last year, the E-Flyer bicycle returns with a fresh new update.

We've yet to get a full list of specs and details, but what we do know is that the all-electric bike will now come in nine colorways and will be equipped with hydraulic brakes. It also looks like there will be a whole host of options for you to choose from like the saddle bags in the photo above. We'll update the post as we get the final price and option list when the bike goes up for sale in the coming week.

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Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster

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Confederate announces the next entry in its much coveted Hellcat Motorcycle line, the X132 Hellcat Speedster. The two-wheeled rocket is chock full of carbon fiber and billet aluminum, handmade right here in the USA and limited to just 65 examples.

The bike will be powered by their X132 V-Twin that produces 121 hp and and 140 lb-ft of torque. It also touts a 5-seed drag racing transmission, Dual Beringer Calipers and Rotors, BlackStone Tek Carbon Fiber wheels, LED lighting throughout the bike, Metzeler tires, and a one-piece, 3 gallon carbon fiber fuel tank.

$65,000, Confederate

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Federal Moto "The Couch Surfer"

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Still new in the industry, Canada's Federal Moto follows up an incredible '74 Norton Commando custom with the new Couch Surfer, their second build based on a 1974 Honda CB360 tracker. Just like the Norton, the Honda is a no-nonsense design with a clean and rugged style.

The bike was built using two donor CB360 bikes with a full engine rebuild, new K&N filters that replaced the air box, and fresh design details such as a 5 3/4" headlight, mini speedometer, and a streamlined rear lighting set. The bike also gets a pair of Bridgestone TW42 dual sport tires, original Honda decal treatment, and a scrambler exhaust.

Federal Moto (Via BikeExif)

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Deus Steve R100

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Do these guys ever take a break? Deus debuts the Steve R100, a bike based on the BMW R100/7 that has been turned into a beautifully simple, but rugged ride that took over five months to build and was remade piece by piece.

The bike features a number of handmade parts including an alloy tank with Monza Cap, rear frame, and alloy fenders. It also has a leather saddle, a brand new electrical system, Six Days front lamp, Cocker Tires, SC-Project exhaust, Sprint Filter cone filter, and paint work by Kaos Design.

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Deus Lightning 400

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Based on the Yamaha SR, Deus presents their latest custom build, the Lightning 400. Designed for on and off-road hijinks, the bike was designed for versatility no matter where you take it.

Deus looked to the past for inspiration and built the bike by hand using aluminum, steel, fiberglass, and rubber. Specifically the bike features an aluminum tank with "Monza" cap, 46mm front suspension, FOX rear shocks, CNC formed triple clamps, Discacciati front brakes, Sc-Project full Exhaust, and OEM Yamaha alloy wheels in the front and back. Custom orders are available from Deus's shops in Milan, Italy and Sydney, Australia.

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