6. Detonator V4 6.0
This new bike has taken the biking world a step further as this monster bears no semblance to any existing concepts. Instead of the conventional ways of steering, the monster has an electromagnetic sled located behind the front wheel and the rider has to control the impulse with two independent handlebars where the front light is mounted. This machine looks like a crossover between a chopper and an automotive soldered android. The bike also has a glass tube radar system, which helps in navigating the giant.
7. Victory Vision 800
Victory Motorcycles have traditionally crafted motorcycles of the big V-twin cruiser, Harleyesque genre, but the signs are beginning to point to a more diverse product range in the not-too-distant future. The Victory Vision 800 is a true concept bike, designed to show just how radical Victory can think. It uses a 800cc, parallel-twin engine with a Continuously Variable Transmission. With the absence of clutch and gear, all the foot controls are shifted to the handle bars.
8. The Hyanide
This motorcycle is equipped with tank-esque treads to turn it into an all-terrain mobile. The Hyanide is also capable of making sharp and fast turns with a advanced turning system that bends the entire frame of the bike to properly make turns. Powering the concept is a 500cc engine derived from a snow mobile. This single cylinder, oil cooled engine is capable of producing 60 horsepower that could product a top speed upwards of 85 mph.
The Batpod made its appearance for the first time in the last Batman movie, The Dark Knights. The Batpod was designed for the movie by Nathan Crowley and is powered by a high-performance, water-cooled, single-cylinder engine – geared toward the lower end for phenomenal acceleration and lack of exhaust pipes.
10.” One” folding Bike
Sometimes you really wish it were easier to keep your bicycle with you throughout the day, through bus rides, at the store or at the office. ‘One’ provides a real solution to the problems involved with urban transport. With congestion rapidly clogging up the roads the need for products that can free individuals from their car are in real demand. This folding bicycle by Thomas Owen has a futuristic-looking design that compacts into an incredibly small super-portable package. A prototype ‘One’ bicycle was made, but it doesn’t look like it is quite road-ready yet but it will be soon on roads in near future.