Ironwood Custom Motorcycles transformed a 1985 BMW R80, complete with its iconic mono-shock and single-side swing arm, into "The Mutant". The upgraded bike now sports a Leatherman multi-tool holder / grips, Brembo brake disks, Fehling clip ons, a Hyperpro emulsion rear shock, custom LED taillights and a custom alacantra / leather seat with matching tank strap. Continue reading for more pictures.
Limited to just 95-units worldwide, the ultra sleek MV Agusta RVS #1 is based on the Dragster 800 streetfighter motorcycle. In addition to a titanium frame, it comes equipped with an 800cc 3-cylinder motor that produces 150-horsepower. Other features include: front wave rotors, low-profile bar-end mirrors, Kineo wheels, and a stealthy flat black paint job. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery.Continue reading for a viral video of the nicest car horn ever.
Sleek and stylish, Munro Motor's 2.0 eBike looks like a traditional motorcycle, but it's fully-electric, complete with motorcycle-style foot pegs. Other features include: heavy duty shock-absorbers and a Bosch electric motor integrated in the rear wheel that powers two battery packs, which enables it to hit a top speed of 28mph, with a 60 mile total range per charge. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
BMW is known to reveal some interesting concepts ahead of the annual Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este show in Italy, and this year is no exception. One of their new projects is the BMW Motorrad Concept Link, a futuristic electric motorbike that comes equipped with an adaptable seat that extends for up to two passengers, a helmet storage space beneath the seat, and a head-up display that projects the instrument cluster as well as the navigation information onto a orange windscreen. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
MotoChimp may look like a toy at first, but it's actually a functional electric motorbike that aims to open your eyes 'to the surreal in everyday spaces, as you meander through streets and dreamscapes.'" When fully charged, it has a 40-mile range, and boasts a top speed of 20 miles per hour. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Dutch designer Ritsert Mans partnered with scientist Peter Mooji to create a motorcycle unlike any other. So, the duo developed an algae-powered bike that actually works. To make this possible, Mooji figured out a method for growing algae naturally, in salt water. Next, Mans built the frame / springs using wood, while cork was turned into dampeners, and then hemp for reinforcement. "Five years ago, I decided that for me, designing meant following my intuition. Instead of simulating my way through the design process," said Mans on his organic approach in designing this bike. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of ten rubbing alcohol life hacks.
Indonesia-based Smoked Garage has unveiled their latest project, the futuristic "Ducati 848 Neo-Racer". What really sets this bike apart from the others is its handcrafted aluminum body, which took seven team members, working twelve hour days, over a month to complete. After it was polished to perfection, the team added carbon fiber paneling, and a seat supported by CNC machined billet aluminum. The blue Ducati alloy wheels are wrapped in Metzeler tires, while custom LED lights were added to the front and rear sections. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to make a combination lock from cardboard.
Designed by Omar Alfarra Zendah, the Yamaha Nazo is an electric motorcycle that keeps things simple. To start things off, it sports a battery that is seamlessly integrated between the main body frame, which acts as a connector between the upper and lower parts, thus giving off a levitating seat illusion. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Modern motorcycle elmets are constructed from an inner EPS "Expanded Polystyrene foam" and an outer shell to protect the EPS. The density and the thickness of the EPS is designed to cushion or crush on impact to help prevent head injuries. They are generally designed to distort in a crash (thus expending the energy otherwise destined for the wearer's skull), so they provide little protection at the site of their first impact, but continued protection over the remainder of the helmet. Continue reading for more examples showing why you should always wear a helmet.
You've seen the photos, but the France-built Lazareth LM847 Quad Motorcycle has finally hit the streets. Simply put, it's a four-wheeled sport bike built around a massive 4.7L V8 Maserati engine that generates 470-horsepower @ 7000rpm and 457-pound-feet of torque @ 4,750rpm, mated to a single-speed gearbox with a a hydraulic coupler and duel chain final drive. How much will this beast cost you? A hefty $217,000 for what you see above, and possibly more if additional options are added. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the world's fastest bumper car, built by none other than plumber turned inventor Colin Furze.