Fuller Moto 2029
Last month, Atlanta-based Fuller Moto revealed a one-off build inspired by the classic French 1929 Majestic. The unique motorcycle was commissioned by Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery in Dallas, Texas and the idea behind the unique motorcycle was to create a futuristic interpretation of the 1929 Majestic from 100 years later while preserving the overall torpedo design of the French motorbike which was ahead of its time. While it retains the Majestic’s fully enclosed sculptured body, hub-centric steering, and sleek lines, it was built using cutting-edge modern technology to obtain intricacies that were difficult to hand craft. The 2029 gets light-weight 3D-printed titanium parts, transparent polycarbonate wheels, and an electric powertrain that was taken from a Zero Motorcycle FXS electric bike.
Kenzo by Death Machines of London
Custom motorcycle builder Death Machines of London recently showcased a futuristic bike called Kenzo that has been made out of a 1977 Honda Goldwing. The motorcycle’s unique segmented bodywork is inspired by samurai body armour, while many other design elements also have a Japanese touch to them.
Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike
In 2003, automobile manufacturer Dodge introduced a concept motorcycle called Tomahawk which was not street legal. The highlight of the motorcycle was it’s massive 10-cylinder car engine and its four close-coupled wheels.
NMoto Nostalgia R7 85th Anniversary Commemoration Bike
South Florida shop called NMoto created a re-imagination of the R7 concept in 2018 called Nostalgia, which is built upon the modern BMW R nineT motorbike. It recently unveiled a customised version finished in platinum and gold to celebrate the 85th anniversary of the BMW concept bike.