A Honda Electric Cafe Racer Motorcycle Concept

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Clean lines, bold colors, and plenty of style.

Admiring these images, one might think that they’re seeing a brand-new Honda bike with a fresh design. Yet this beautiful and highly detailed bike is the brainchild of two designers, Pablo Baranoff Dorn and Alex Guliyants. Currently only a digital creation, the electric cafe racer motorcycle concept provides a creative take on the future of electric bikes. The designers used a Honda 125cc as a base for the design, but changed it completely to create a new bike that keeps the character of the original.

After creating a new chassis to protect the battery and the engine, the designers also created an second frame made of steel or aluminum, which would reduce the costs of building the motorcycle. A three-part structure gives the bike an aggressive, futuristic look. The larger grill with an air intake stands out at the front, while the sides also show a second air intake that would open up more options to add extra technical features. The plastic sections have a minimal and stylish design, adding a pop of color and retro vibes to the bike. At the same time, they also provide a touch of contrast against the black tones. A brown leather seat completes this gorgeous electric cafe racer motorcycle. Images© Pablo Baranoff Dorn and Alex Guliyants.

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