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10 Future Motorcycles YOU MUST SEE

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10 Future Motorcycles YOU MUST SEE
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#1 BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 :
All new – and yet the BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 still captures elements from the BMW Motorrad timeline: black triangular frame, white lines, classical opposed-twin engine type. Accordingly, ergonomics and seat position are set up like on a roadster. The design of the front is minimalistic and refined with high-quality detailing.
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#2 Honda Riding Assist :
Honda Riding Assist motorcycle, a concept model of our self-balancing motorcycle, was exhibited at CES 2017, the world's largest consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow. The Honda Riding Assist motorcycle won three top awards at CES 2017.
http://bit.ly/2TRcDgW

#3 Kawasaki J Concept Three-Wheeled :
The J Concept is able to communicate flawlessly with the rider and carries several riding modes which allow a complete change on the bike’s characteristics. The ‘Attack Mode’ showed a much more aggressive stance in which it makes the bike lower to ground giving better aerodynamics although it might induce a backache considering how bent the rider’s back was in the video.
Credit: MotoBasic
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#4 BMW Motorrad Concept Link :
The BMW Motorrad Concept Link is the logical continuation of this connectivity: thanks to electric drive, zero emissions and full connectivity, the concept vehicle is not just a means of transportation, but also a means of communication.
http://bit.ly/2UjCoeY

#5 Honda V4 Concept :
The V4 Concept was to portray the full potential of both the VFR series and its technologies, taking design to the same high level as the bike’s performance. Given a chance by veteran Japanese designers to take the initiative, young European and American designers accepted this daunting challenge.
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#6 BMW K75 Alpha :
It’s one of the most unlikely alliances we've ever seen: An old school machinist and motorcycle builder from Utah, and a high-tech industrial designer from Istanbul. But there are few boundaries to communication in the 21st century—and together, these two kindred spirits have created a truly extraordinary motorcycle: the BMW-powered ‘Alpha.’
Credit: mark atkinson
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#7 Yamaha MOTOROiD :
Yamaha brought a very special motorcycle to the recent Tokyo Motor Show in Japan, the concept bike integrates many hot topics right now; such as electric drive, autonomous driving, artificial intelligence and balance maintenance. The MOTOROiD recognizes its owner, and is capable to drive autonomously (at a low speed) on demand. A pretty sci-fi project for a e-bike for sure.
Credit: The Japan Times
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#8 NeuTron Bike :
Parker Brother’s vehicle, named the NeuTron Bike, puts out a top speed level of 100 mph. Further, it uses no gas or combustion engine power. The NeuTron Bike runs entirely on an electric motor system. With a fully charged system running on a lithium ion battery pack, the Bike can travel up to 80 miles currently.
Credits: ParkerBrosConcepts, HQevents
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#9 YAMAHA Tesseract :
The Yamaha Tesseract, a hybrid electric concept vehicle introduced by Yamaha at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Although the Tesseract is technically a quadricycle, Yamaha has called it "The 4-Wheeled Motorcycle" because it has a frontal profile nearly as narrow as a conventional motorcycle and because it has a tilting wheel suspension that allows it to bank like a motorcycle.
Credit: ikinamo
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#10 Suzuki Biplane :
The Suzuki Biplane which was revealed at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show is a concept motorbike inspired by Biplanes. Rather an unusual source of inspiration, the design uses colors similar to the canvas often found on older aircraft, and the lack of any wind protection would also leave the rider exposed to the elements - similar to the pilot of an open-top aircraft.
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