When You're All About That #BlingLife + Video
Some people spare no expense to the amount of chrome, paint and polish that goes into their custom builds. Do you think they actually ride them though?
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Ridiculous Banshee-Powered Street Bike + Video
It's amazing the concepts that some builders come up with to utilize the infamous twin cylinder Yamaha Banshee motor. Future production bike maybe?
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Crazy Burnout on a GSXR 1000 Powered Raptor + Video
Steve Abbott blows the tires off this awesome GSXR 1000 powered Yamaha Raptor. Now lets see an offroad test!
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Custom ATV Features Independent Rear Suspension & 110 Horsepower + Video
You won't believe this real life mechanical bull You may have seen images or a even a video of the “Wraith 1000” floating around the internet ove…
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R1 Powered Yamaha Raptor + Video
Think you can handle this Yamaha Raptor outfitted with a 998cc Yamaha R1 motorcycle engine?
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Crazy TRX Banshee Conversion + Video
This machine may be a little over the top but it's always cool to see what the types of projects do-it-yourselfer's think up in their garage.
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Custom CBR Powered 4WD 600EX + Video
This high horsepower 4WD ATV will take you almost anywhere you want to go and you'll be sure to get there fast. If it can stay together.
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Marshall Motoart Unveils Crazy Custom Polaris Ranger 6×6
A wild, customized ATV or UTV is one of our favorite things to see when we visit riding areas or off-road shows. It never fails to amaze us what creative and mechanical minds can come up with. The latest project from Marshall Motoart will be difficult to top.

Dubbed 2011 Project X “Spider Monkey,” this project transforms the Polaris Ranger 6×6 into an off-road tamer to be behold. It comes outfitted with a wagon (making the 6×6 a 10×6!), as well as a turbo engine, air suspension, lights galore, extra fuel containers, a booming sound system and a tent.

If you want to see how the “Spider Monkey” was put together, you can check out the Destination Polaris Show on the Outdoor Channel every Monday through August 1, 2011. Click here to view the first episode.

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How To Build Your Own ATV

We have a lot of respect for people who try to customize ATVs with parts they make themselves. Sure, they don’t always look very good and often don’t work very well, but the initiative to do it yourself is something we admire. The real go-getters, however, don’t settle for mere modifications…they actually build their own ATVs!

We stumbled across a website that is offering plans and instructions for would-be engineers to build an ATV from the ground up. As you can see from the photos, this doesn’t look like any ATV from a major manufacturer, but it is a four-wheeled off-road vehicle with front and rear suspension and that counts in our book.

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