10 Radical Motorcycles and New Bike Concepts You Should Ride

By default, a motorcycle is a vehicle that raises adrenaline levels and gives excitement filled freedom to the riders. But within the family of two wheelers, there are some production models and custom creations that could be labeled as radical even by aggressive motorbike standards. In today’s episode of Automotive Territory, we will be showing the newest and some well-known builds that set a new benchmark of awesome for motorcycles.

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Modern retro motorcycles that you can buy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HluG7UKbhQ

Powerful motorcycles with muscular looks and performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ss4KTea6vns

All custom models shown in this #ATmotorcycles release:

Indian The Appaloosa by Workhorse: indianmotorcycle.media/randy-mamola-to-race-indianxworkhorse-sprint-racer-132209/

2019 Indian The Appaloosa by Workhorse culminates 700 hours of design and production carried out by the Workhorse custom builders’ team, and despite all possible doubts, it is actually based on the Indian Scout Bobber motorcycle.

The Revival 140: revivalcycles.com/motorcycle-builds/the-revival-140

Revival Cycles is based in Texas and specializes in restoration of retro bikes. One of their most iconic creations is the The Revival 140, based on the Confederate Hellcat, but rendered beyond recognition due to the installation of unique bodywork and fuel tank.

BMW R-NineT Fighter Jet: autofabrica.com/type-18

This custom is an official collaboration between BMW Motorrad and the British builder Autofabrica, that pushes the boundaries of avant-garde design. The R nineT Scrambler’s frame served as the basis for the project.

BMW Motorrad Vision DC Roadster: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0297309EN/bmw-motorrad-vision-dc-roadster

2019 BMW Motorrad Vision DC Roadster was introduced together with the BMW Vision M NEXT sportscar at the company’s NEXTGen event in Munich. To save valuable space and keep the familiar design, the engineers installed the battery at the center of the frame and positioned the electric motor underneath.

Triumph Rocket III: triumph-mediakits.com/en/motorcycles/cruisers/rocket-iii-roadster.html

Building on the legacy of the original 2004 Rocket III, Triumph released a Factory Custom version in 2019 with a limited edition production of 750 units. Disregarding the high stock price of $29,000 the power cruiser was sold out in days.

BMW Motorrad Concept R18: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0296357EN/bmw-motorrad-concept-r18

The BMW Motorrad Concept R18 is an incredible blend of modern technologies and a time-proven boxer engine from the 60s. It is driven by the biggest BMW boxer existing today – a newly designed 1800 cc monster with modern air and oil cooling.

BMW R Nine-T The Nostalgia Project: nmoto.com/nostalgia

The NMoto is a Miami based custom builder that designs, restores and modifies existing BMW motorcycles for its customers. The latest project called the Nostalgia, is based on the familiar R nine T motorbike, which on the outside looks nothing like the naked original.

MV Agusta Concepts: www.mvagusta.com/en/-/mv-agusta-dragster-rc-shining-gold and www.mvagusta.com/en/-/mv-agusta-superveloce-800-en

MV Agusta has highlighted the 2019 by releasing multiple striking new conceptual designs, that will translate into production models in the nearest future. The first one is Superveloce 800 neo-retro and the other one is a Dragster 800 RC naked, called the Shining Gol.

Classified Moto Frank and Junior: classifiedmoto.com/motorcycles/frank / classifiedmoto.com/motorcycles/junior

Looking like post-apocalyptic artefacts, the motorcycles created by Classified Moto never fail to fascinate the seekers of radical designs. The two creations that stand out from Classified’s lineup are the Frank and the Junior.

MV Agusta by Deuscustoms deuscustoms.com/bikes/model/ago-tt

This motorbike by Deus Ex Machina is a tribute to the 60s and 70s Tourist Trophy racing and its name commemorates the famous MV Agusta racer and multiple winner of Gran Prix and Isle of Man trophies, Giacomo Agostini.

Husqvarna Vitpilen 701 AERO: press.husqvarna-motorcycles.com/news-husqvarna-motorcycles-unveil-three-exciting-new-models-at-eicma-2018?id=75121&menueid=7442&tab=1&imageid=237119&l=international

Husqvarna VITPILEN 701 AERO is stunning sportbike concept built around the naked Vitpilen 701. Under its blue and white bodywork sits the familiar 693 cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine that is most likely to net 75 horse as usual.

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