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Old 05-27-2015, 09:50 AM   #1
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The bikes of Mad Max

Postapocalyptic biking from blockbuster Mad Max Fury Road

Bikes have always played a major part in the Mad Max series, from the KZ1000s of the 1979 low-budget opener. The latest instalment, Fury Road, is no exception.

British actor Tom Hardy - taking over from Mel Gibson in the title role - rides a ratty Yamaha R1 that has been stripped bare and modified in old carpet and leopard skin.

Can you guess what any of these other bikes once were?

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