There are many classifying types of motorcycles describing on the internet like, cruiser, sport, touring, standard, dual-purpose, and dirt bike. But today we describing about concept motorcycles.
Concept motorcycles that may have been mostly shown in motorcycle shows and will not enter into production or have not yet. May be they planned for further development, with possible intent to enter production at a future date, in a next generation of vehicles from a manufacturer. Concept motorcycles should include information provided by the manufacturer’s press releases, or from interviews with company executives related to the vehicle. (wikipedia)
Benjamin Clementine by Craig McDean.
2017 Yamaha SCR950 As we mentioned earlier today, scramblers are getting popular these days. The SCR950 will be available in two colors: Charcoal Silver and Rapid Red. The 2017 SCR950 will have a suggested retail price of $8,699 and will be available in Yamaha dealerships beginning in July.
2017 Yamaha SCR950 Specifications
Engine Type: 58-cubic-inch (942cc) air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke V-twin; 4 valves
Bore x Stroke: 85.0mm x 83.0mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Fuel Delivery: Fuel injection
Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission: 5-speed; multiplate wet clutch
Final Drive: Belt
Suspension / Front: Telescopic fork, 4.7-in travel
Suspension / Rear: Dual piggyback shocks, 2.8-in travel
Brakes / Front: Wave-type disc, 298mm
Brakes / Rear: Wave-type disc, 298mm
Tires / Front: 100/90-19
Tires / Rear: 140/80R17
L x W x H: 88.6 in x 35.2 in x 45.9 in
Seat Height: 32.7 in
Wheelbase: 62.0 in
Rake (Caster Angle): 28.4°
Trail: 5.1 in
Ground Clearance: 5.5 in
Fuel Capacity: 3.2 gal
Fuel Economy: 51 mpg
Wet Weight: 547 lb
Warranty: 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
Color: Charcoal Silver; Rapid Red
A sidecar is a one wheeled device fitted to the side of a motorcycle, scooter and sometimes sidecars fitted on bicycles. Sidecar producing a three wheeled vehicle. A motorcycle with a sidecar is sometimes called a combination, an outfit, a rig or a hack. In the UK and other countries which drive on the left side of the road, sidecars are normally attached on the left side of motorcycles so that the rider is on the right side, just as car drivers are seated.
A custom motorcycle is a motorcycle with stylistic and/or structural changes to the ‘standard’ mass-produced machine offered by major manufacturers. Custom motorcycles might be unique, or built in limited quantities. While individual motorcyclists have altered the appearance of their machines since the very first days of motorcycling, the first individualized motorcycles specifically labeled ‘Custom’ appeared in the late 1950s, around the same time as the term was applied to custom cars. In the 1960s, custom artisans like Arlen Ness and Ben Hardy created new styles of custom bikes, the chopper. (via: tumblr)
01. The wildest BMW R1200GS we’ve ever seen. Amazing work by Benjie Flipprboi of @benjiescaferacer in NewJersey.
02. Life goals, with a little help from a crackin’ custom Yamaha XS400. Spotted by our friends at @caferacersofinstagram.
03. Sven Wedemeyer is one of Bike EXIF’s best-kept secrets. The Berlin-based photographer is lethal behind a lens, and he’s got impeccable taste too.
He’s shot some killer bikes for us over the years, and tipped us off many times. But today we’re putting Sven himself in the spotlight, with one of his own projects—this irresistible ‘oldtimer’ Moto Guzzi V7.
04. Fabio Marcaccini’s @unitgarage is a cult name in Europe. The Italian company sells beautifully engineered kits that make modern BMWs look like old ones.
But this latest kit — called the ‘sKrambler’ — turns a 1980s K100 into a soft-roader in the modern retro style.
05. We’re kicking off a new series with our friends at @cycleworld magazine: A triple whammy of gorgeous customs to start your week.
06. Killer Ducati Scrambler by @kingdom_zzz of Thailand — well spotted by our friends at @caferacersofinstagram.
Just what we’d love to ride this weekend.
07. Got a tatty old Ducati Pantah lying around? Then you need to get a Moretti kit.
This is Paul Hewitt’s amazing build, which he uses for classic racing in Canada. With a chrome-moly frame and a heavily reworked engine bumped up to 750cc, it’s seriously ‘rapido.’
08. He might be an amateur builder, but the result is incredibly professional. The forks and calipers are from a Honda VFR750, and the rear brakes from an R6. Al even molded the new fiberglass bodywork himself.
09. Markus Pintzinger is the man behind @omegaracer, a Bangkok-based online shop selling parts for older Kawasakis, Triumphs and Yamaha SRs.
Markus also knows how to put a bike together — this is the ‘Sunmaster 14,’ his own SR400. Every detail has been sweated over, to create a track-focused homage to the racing bikes of the 60s and 70s.
10. Love this little Yamaha SR500 tracker from @pancake_customs — perfect for ripping around the back roads of Holland.
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