Beauties and the Beasts

They are the actual bests a man can get, and even a woman too. An Enthralling set of wheels created with, out of the world concepts, are what an imagination can become when turned into reality. These limited-edition, futuristic and custom-made bikes amaze us not just the way they are built, but the way they are imagined, and they make us believe that

tomorrow arrived today. Presenting a special feature comprising of a carefully selected

set of wheels that would make you feel the adrenalin rush just by looking at them.


Swordfish Motorcycle


Try to imagine the sleekest designed Concept bike, they have nothing on the Swordfish. The Swordfish Motorcycle concept was thought of by Alexander Kotlyarevesky and it sports an aggressive futuristic design and spokeless wheels. The look of the bike has a good mix between curves and edges, hence earning the name Swordfish.


Dodge Tomahawk Motorcycle


Try to imagine the sleekest designed Concept bike, they have nothing on the Swordfish. The Swordfish Motorcycle concept was thought of by Alexander Kotlyarevesky and it sports an aggressive futuristic design and spokeless wheels. The look of the bike has a good mix between curves and edges, hence earning the name Swordfish.


Mach Ness



Manufacturer Arlen Ness crafted this metal beast powered by a gas turbine helicopter engine. The Aluminium outer shell with these large rivets gives it a steam punk edge that can’t be achieved with Carbon Fibre and plastic. Since the body of the bike is hand-shaped, the bike is not being mass produced.


Victory Ignition



The Victory Ignition concept is more about the engine than the bike itself. The aptly named powerplant engine is based on the engine from the Pikes Peak racer ‘Project 156’. The new and improved liquid-cooled 1200cc monster engine needed a monster bike to contain it, and so enters Urs Erbacher, the designer of this seriously cool cruiser.


Jaguar M-Cycle



This isn’t one of those concepts that pull from the name in a metaphorical way, for example, the M-Cycle doesn’t pull from a Jaguar’s speed, but it pulls from the Jaguar itself. The bike draws inspiration from Jaguar, the car manufacturer’s logo. The bike measure’s 8 feet in length and features an ebony lacquered Fibreglass over stainless steel.


BMW Halbo Future Duo-Wheel



If you’re looking for an incredibly small and fast motorcycle, without much regard for your own safety then this bike is for you. Designer Pierre Yohannes designed the Halbo for people who are more ecologically.


Scarab Motorcycle



Although it sounds like a bike you’d drive in the desert, the Scarab was designed with Urban situations in mind. The bike can adapt to sit completely upright while parked so it takes up as little space as possible in a crowded city parking lot. In fact, a standard parking spot can fit the Scarab of at least 4 people. Designer David Miguel Moreira Goncalves envisions the Scarab to be used as a rental vehicle for a convenient and eco-friendly transportation solution.


Ferrari V4 Motorcycle



If Ferrari made motorcycles to match their car, this is probably it. Industrial Designer Amir Glinik took the nice curves and sleek lines that make their cars so desirable and put them in the form of a bike. The design takes inspiration from both classic and modern Ferrari projects, based on both Aesthetics and Performance to create the perfect Ferrari

Bike. The bike, for instance, features hand controls adapted from an F-16 fighter and buttons based on the Formula-1 Racers.


NUCLEAS Motorcycle



The NUCLEAUS takes everything you know about motorcycle design and flips it. It s truly unlike any BIke design out there. NONOBJECT has designed this bike to stand on it’s own terms of design rather than take inspiration from every other bike concept out there. When it’s not in use, the bike looks like a strange box, but when in motion, the wheels extend and the saddle rises, showing off its function.


Magic Tricycle



Although it sounds like a kids toy, it’s actually a clever transforming motorcycle. When you’re on a highway or for example, in a car, you have 4 wheels supporting you and the machine and carrying your weight, similarly, the Tricycle lies on it’s side and uses 3 wheels as sort

of a car. But when you just want to speed through, it stands upright with the third wheel on top, which helps keep it balanced.


Ghost Motorcycle Concept



Anyone else on the road will only have a small glimpse of you as you fly by them at top speed and wonder if maybe they’ve seen a ghost. Well, in a way, the sort of did. The Ghost Motorcycle concept puts the rider in an aggressive forward position that feels incredibly fast. The design draws its inspiration from the speed demon Ghost Rider as well as a flying falcon.


Speed Racer Alien Motorcycle



The people over at Gizmodo kindly pointed out that the “Speed Racer” motorcycle concept by Dan Bailey looks like something that came out of the Aliens movies. Based around the Kawasaki Ninja the bike has some solid foundations, but was designed to look intimidating a

sleek. There’s no word as to whether or not it will see production, but considering how badass it looks we hope it does.


Lotus C-01



By first glance, you can recognize that this design comes from Lotus. The front end and the logo are familiar to the public, but everything else about this motorcycle is slightly odd. Lotus is today owned by the Malaysian car company Proton. The interest in the Daniel-Simon power cruiser has been really high, and apparently, road-going prototypes are still being produced.


I.CARE Concept



If you were to look at all the bikes on the market and pick the ones that Batman would use, this bike will definitely make that list. The Icare Bike Concept is not just a fancy Sci-Fi design but an actual working. Powered by a six-cylinder 1.8l Honda Engine and with dual exhausts, it’s quite a powerful bike.

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