Future Rider

Posted by Suzie Wong | July 14th, 2011 Share

Bill Stickers

“How would you ride this?”

I came across this future rider by accident and I was thinking to myself how would you ride this motorcycle? I don’t have any clue who build it and if it is just a tiny model or a real one, but it’s stunning anyway … (via Treveis). ❚ Flattr this

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Son of a Gun based on a BSA Gold Star

Son of a Gun based on a BSA Gold Star

Larry Houghton of Lamb Engineering in the UK keeps a low profile on the custom motorcycle scene. But he’s got an unerring eye when it comes to building show winners: his latest creation took the top trophy at Custom Chrome’s recent European Bike Show. ‘Son Of A Gun’ is based on a BSA Gold Star, …

Moto Undone Ignores What Makes Motorcycles Interesting

Moto Undone Ignores What Makes Motorcycles Interesting

From the familiar to the unexpected, moto undone by Joey Ruiter – a concept motorcycle – ignores what makes motorcycles interesting. It’s hard to image a motorcycle without fancy paint, overpowered motors, exposed mechanical genius, and sweet exhaust tones. Moto undone is pure generic transportation and by motorbike category definition it isn’t very cool. There …

Expect the Unexpected - Tron Legacy Light Cycle

Expect the Unexpected – Tron Legacy Light Cycle

First I thought it's going to be a joke, but then I realized it's real. Expect the unexpected! This is the illuminated, street-legal motorcycle inspired by the computer animated cycle from the 2010 film Tron: Legacy. Designed for casual cruising and slow ride-bys at shows, the Light Cycle ($55.000) is made from a steel frame …

A Hybrid Between Café Racer and Drag Bike

A Hybrid Between Café Racer and Drag Bike

DP Customs has the same passion as we have for hot rods, horsepower, auto racing and classic motorcycles. Operated by the Del Prado brothers, they use their collaborative efforts to come up with original, timeless designs and are all about quality. With their new Mele DP Customs draws the attention on this 1000cc Harley-Davidson Ironhead. …

Anatomy Suit - A One-Off Motorcycle Race Suit

Anatomy Suit – A One-Off Motorcycle Race Suit

The Anatomy Suit is a creative collaboration between Death Spray Custom and leading motor & action sports brand Alpinestars to create a one-off motorcycle race suit. Both companies try to explore the relationship between protection and the human body, to create a unique and visually striking race suit. DSC, who frequently draws from motorsports and …

Thrive Yamaha XS650 Motorcycle

Thrive Yamaha XS650 Motorcycle

Indonesia-based Thrive Motorcycle Garage built this inspiring motorcycle which is based on a Yamaha XS650 and according their website has been inspired by wood-burning stoves. This updated version took two months to complete which included a complete engine overhaul and hand-fabricated custom bodywork. It features a spartan color scheme of black, grey, brass, and brown, a …

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