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Deus W650 Street Tracker - Pipeburn.com
I have fallen for street trackers in a big way, then spotted this great w650 on the Deus website and can't get enough of it. I even like the NASCAR inspired colours. I normally like simple colour schemes like black on black but the colours work really well for this beautiful machine...
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If there is one material Pablo & Carlos Delgado are comfortable working with, it is metal. The brothers have been 'traditional metal craftsman' since they started their foundry back in 1995. Having been brought up as the children of a famous Spanish artist, the brothers always knew they were destined for a creative career using their hands. They started out building art and sculptures out of metal, and I guess you could say they are still doing that, except now their sculptures have two…