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At last, Bandit gave us the go-ahead to reach out and find some choice bikes for the site. This area won't feature the same bikes that mags do. This will cover bikes with style and class, a few nicks, some for sale, others because of what they do, not how they look. The gallery begins with a selection of Bandit's bikes, from the broken and barely running, to some of the sweet rides of late.
 
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First Look At Victory Motorcycles' Pike Peak Race Bike

Victory Motorcycles Racing to the Clouds at Pikes Peak With Roland Sands Designs, Team Cycle World and Prototype Project 156 Engine

The prototype racing motorcycle, named Project 156 for the 156 turns in the Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb, also known as the Race to the Clouds, will feature a liquid-cooled engine and be piloted by Cycle World Road Test Editor Don Canet.
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Angry White Roy’s Shovelhead

Rebuilt for the Long Road by the Devil

By Bandit with photos by the Devil and his elf Holly
The Devil sent me these shots of this super clean Paughco framed chopper, a classic example. It also contains a BDL primary system mated to a Baker 6-in-a-4-speed transmission with a tapered main-shaft, connected to a 93-inch S&S saved Shovelhead engine. I was intrigued.
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K&N’s Todd White Built a 1981 Kawasaki KZ440

Just in Time for Long Beach Ultimate Builder Show

By Johnny Jump with Photos by Markus Cuff
The Kawasaki KZ400, and later KZ440, falls under the classic “Universal Japanese Motorcycle” or UJM classification common in the early days of Japanese motorcycles. “I got this bike from a buddy,” said Todd. “It was rotting on the side of his house. I was looking for a project, so I asked if I could take it off his hands and he happily agreed.”
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The F3 ROCKETEER Bound for Shanghai

The Latest Limited Edition Darwin Motorcycle

By Dar Holdsworth with photos by the Brass Balls team
A few years ago, a very special customer walked into my life who had a vision of a bike that did not fit the norm. I still remember him describing to me his vision for his bike. Darwin Motorcycles and the Brass Balls team built it.
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Bikernet.com’s Cycle Source Mag, Daytona Bike Week 2015 Editor’s Choice Award

Warrior Tatro Takes Home the Prize

By Prince Najar, with photos by Jeff Najar
Bandit has been around the block and knows what it takes to build a bike, then bring it to, or ride it out of the stark winter regions to compete in sunny seaside Daytona shows.
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ONE BAD ASS DYNA

From the official Magic Mountain Chop Shop

By Bandit with photos by Peter Linney
His Santa Clarita Choppers shop survived the financial crash, and Ron loves to do anything and everything custom and Harley. He’s only worked on one Jap bike, and just recently restored a 1940 Indian four, in two weeks. He has his own paint and powder coater capabilities. He’s full service.
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SPEED MONKEY PANHEAD

From Quality Powder Coating and Cycle Visions to Name a Few

By Tyler Ludlow with photos by Markus Cuff
The Speed Monkey bike, like the business, exploded from a seed. Killion found a little metal monkey wearing goggles, and built the bike from there. He had a lot of helping hands in the build from the new community Top Quality supported.
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Harley-Davidson Project Livewire Goes Worldwide

Riders around the world will have the chance to add their voices to help shape the future of Project LiveWire, Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle, as the company’s Project LiveWire™ Experience tour expands globally in 2015.

Edited By Ben Lamboeuf
Building on the excitement of Project LiveWire’s debut last year, select consumers in Asia, Europe, Canada, and the United States will have an opportunity to ride and provide feedback on the bike, helping to guide the development of the new motorcycle, beginning this week with events at Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit.
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