TOP 8 Awesome and Insane Concept MotorBikes Check Out the Cool Designs


TOP 8 Insane and Awesome Motorcycles That Will Totally Impress You

Usually I love to share the latest cool rides on youtube, but if you have been wondering what kind of awesome motorcycles may be on the horizon then check out these concept bikes, which are all very cool. Some are functional and fully operational (but not yet practical for mass production), while others are a little bizarre and push the envelope in terms of creative design.

Motorcycles are interesting in general. For example, riding your bike at 60 mph down the road: it may be dangerous, but also a very exhilarating experience. Nowadays, they are creating all kinds of motorcycles. They have created motorcycles that can drive almost any terrain, making them look like miniature cars. You can check all kinds of cool designs below: from an ocean surfing motorcycle, to a jet powered bike. Here are 8 INSANE MOTORCYCLES that will totally impress you……



Taurus 2x2
(Video Time: 0:07 – 1:16) With 2×2 wheels drive the “TAURUS 2X2” is extralight, unique, reliable, and super small-size vehicle. It’s a fast folding motorcicle. It’ll takes to you 5 minutes to sort it and take away in a car boot. The Tarus 2×2 is ideal for fans of travel, tourism, fishing, hunting and active recreations. Source


(Video Time: 1:16 – 2:32) In the summer of 2015, Robbie Maddison and DC set out to blur the lines of what’s been done before and what’s only been dreamt of, in an attempt to fulfill a 3-year long ‘Pipe Dream’. celebrated x games medalist and multiple world record holding motocross athlete, Robbie ‘Maddo’ Maddison, embarked on a journey to bring the juxtaposed beauty of nature and machine together to make his dream a reality. often times up against seemingly insurmountable odds, maddo achieved the career-defining feat of riding his dirtbike on the powerful, breathtaking, and iconic waves of tahiti. it’s something you truly have to see to believe. Source


(Video Time: 2:32 – 3:46) MOVE WITHOUT BOUNDARIES. Outside. Inside. Across the street or along the sidewalk. With RYNO, the world is yours. Join the microcycle movement. See roads everywhere. With the RYNO, you’re not limited to the street or the bike lane. It’s a transitional vehicle – it goes most places where a person can walk or ride a bike. In an effort to get people out of their cars, cities are trending to allow personal mobility products to mix with pedestrian traffic. It’s difficult to explain how you’ll feel when you ride the RYNO – because there’s nothing else in the world to compare it to. Incredibly unique and yet strangely natural, riding the Micro-cycle is an experience few on this earth will be lucky enough to have. Are you one of them? Source


(Video Time: 3:46 – 4:55) The Uno is the worlds first real transformer. At low speeds, the Uno is similar to a unicycle, for high-speed travel, the Uno transforms into a full motorcycle. This transitioning design allows the Uno to be compact and nimble for mixed use travel and bringing indoors and parking, while at the same time, having all the benefits of a conventional motorcycle at high-speed. Source


(Video Time: 4:55 – 5:43 ) MOTOBOT is an autonomous motorcycle-riding humanoid robot that approaches riding operations from a human rider’s standpoint — with no modifications made to the motorcycle itself. The development theme is “Beyond Human Capabilities.” In general, robots are developed to specialize in a specific task and this typically allows them to surpass the capability of humans for that task. Utilizing this advantage, the end goal of MOTOBOT is to become capable of competing against Valentino Rossi’s lap times around a racetrack. The knowledge and highly advanced fundamental technologies gained from this challenge will be put to use in developing new products and creating new value. Source


(Video Time: 5:43 – 6:49 )The Honda Motocompo is a folding scooter sold by Honda. The Motocompo was introduced as a “Trunk Bike” to fit inside subcompact cars like the Honda Today and the then new Honda City. The City’s baggage compartment was actually developed around the Motocompo. The handlebars, seat, and foot-pegs fold into the scooter’s rectangular plastic body to present a clean, box-shaped package of 1185 mm L × 240 mm W x 540 mm H. Honda’s initial monthly sales projection for the domestic market was 8,000 City and 10,000 Motocompo. The City surpassed its targets, but in all only 53,369 Motocompos were sold by the end of production in 1983. It was marketed in conjunction with the City in television ads featuring British ska/2-tone band Madness. Source


(Video Time: 6:49 – 8:15)Glasses instead of a helmet, light clothing, full balance without a stand: just three of a great many aspects which could become standard in motorcycling and give that feeling of freedom a new dimension in an increasingly digitalised world. And the best thing about it: this vision vehicle is already here. Introducing the BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100. The futuristic two-wheeler glides silently through the hall. In the curve in front of the stage, the frame bulges out and the BMW logo affixed on the size illuminates in blue and white. The rider, equipped with a black suit and stylish glasses, brings her vehicle to a stop and remains poised in that position without taking a foot off the frame. It’s like a scene from a sci-fi film. And although it does all happen in the motion picture capital Los Angeles, it is nevertheless absolutely real. The vision vehicle, which is celebrating its world premiere at the “Iconic Impulses. Source


(Video Time: 8:15 – 9:30) Turbine bike @ One Mile, Fönebasen Source