Considering the variety of designers and mechanics around constructing and customizing motorcycles either client’s leisure or personal use, it becomes hard to sift through all the buzzing and discover that unique construct that resonates with our specific type and favored visual. Concept motorcycles often fall in this portion, this motorbike particularly, because of both its VR-like visual and the idea that it seems like one heck of an exciting ride.
Created by Vladimir Panchenko and Artem Smirnov, two people who look towards the Japanese way for style influence (thus the reason we considered this the “Samurai”), this motorcycle entails the principles of simpleness and spatial consciousness Japanese manufacturers are really known for right now. Consequently, they appeared to transfer these concepts into the realm of motorcycles, producing an idea that pursues Japanese tradition while making it ideal for the future. A smooth shape, minimalist style, personalized attributes, and what appears to be a carbon fiber design, all make this drive a possible challenger for future drivers.