You’ve probably seen the rovers, but what about a motorcycle designed for the Moon? Meet the Tardigrade by Hookie Co. Featuring a custom designed chassis, 12-piece Kevlar 3D wheels measuring just under 24-inches in diameter, and a laser-cut aluminum main frame, swingarm as well as fork.
The futuristic Bandit9 Supermarine isn’t just a concept, but rather a real motorcycle that consists of over 400 components made using 3D drafting software. Featuring a lightweight frame handcrafted from 7075 aluminum alloy and either 900cc or 1200cc Triumph Twin engines making 74hp to 102hp respectively.
White Motorcycle Concepts’ WMC250EV aims to break the electric land speed record for motorbikes, and the current one stands at 254mph. To help it become the fastest, it boasts an all-carbon-fiber body construction over a billet aluminum chassis, complete with a giant hole right in the middle for aerodynamic purposes.
Jetpack Aviation is know for, you guessed it, their jetpacks, but the company is working on something that will let you take to the skies in another way. It’s called the Speeder, and can be thought of as a flying motorcycle. The most challenging part of engineering this flying machine was probably the proprietary flight-control software program.
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For those who have come across a 1983 Honda City Turbo II, nothing about this hatchback really stood out, that is until…you looked in the trunk. That’s right, this is where a folding 49cc Honda Motocompo scooter was stored. The vehicle itself is powered by a turbocharged 1.2L inline-four engine generating 108 hp and 118 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Unfortunately, this was only released in Japan, but can now be imported into the states legally.