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Japanese motorcycle builder, Chicara Nagata, has made some wild and amazing bikes in his day, but with this ride he may have outdone himself. The bike is a combination of a 1966 Little Honda P25 engine and a Sony security camera. Yes, not only does it look damn sexy, but it can also capture video while in use. We’re guessing most of the video will just be people staring at the bike with their jaws on the ground.

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