The Lifestyle Guide for Men on the Cutting Edge
© IMBOLDN ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Designer Nick Graveley manifested his vision for this bike after spending 80 painstaking hours shaping the clay at the core of the bike.
Like all Droog bikes, the Droog Moto E-Scrambler presents a striking silhouette in deep black that gives its design a post-apocalyptic feel.
The frame is from a Ducati Street Fighter, with changes that include a Ducati 999 head tube and a longer swingarm made from magnesium.
3D printing has worked miracles by creating the switch housing and integrating the ShinYo stripe LED brake light onto the rear of the bike.
With a battery range of 80 to 160 miles, this electric bike proves that the future of motorcycles has already arrived.
Despite its odd exterior, this electric bike might actually set a new land speed record… if you can stay on it.
The single cylinder 4 stroke engine of the Royal Enfield Classic 500 Stealth Black produces 41.3 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm.
Its 399 VDC battery is held in a distinctive enclosure that gives the bike a futuristic aesthetic that blends in classical design elements.
The 25th anniversary edition of a Ducati classic builds upon a design that won eight Constructors’ Titles, six Riders’ titles, and 120 FIM Europe races.
Its alluring design and advanced engineering pays homage to the rich heritage of Curtiss Motorcycles while ushering the company into a new era.
End of content
No more pages to load