When first laid my eyes on this concept bike by U.K. custom motorcycle maker, Ziggymoto, the first thought was, “this thing look absolutely like a steamliner and it needs a railway track!” which for some reason, reminds me of Wilford’s Dreamliner.
In just 6 years since acquired by Ninebot, Segway’s portfolio has expanded beyond balancing two-wheeled transporters to include motorcycles and robotics, and soon, sports bike too.
If there is a country that has better understanding of off-roading, it would be Russia. If you search on our blog for “Russian ATV”, you will find a number of incredible all-terrain vehicles, including our all-time favorite, a motorcycle that floats called Taurus 2×2.
You may have heard that Triumph Motorcycles is working on an electric motorcycle. The project, dubbed TE-1, has started since 2019, but what makes this electric two-wheeler noteworthy is, it will not be just another motorcycle stuffed with an electric drivetrain.
Italian motorcycle maker Ducati isn’t exactly known for off-road races, but last year, Jordon Graham did the brand proud by taking the podium in the Hooligan class of the Mint 400, America’s oldest and most prestigious off-road race, with a Desert Sled.
If range and speed are not your priorities, but style is when it comes electric motorcycle, then SONDORS may have just the right electric two-wheeler for you. Called SONDORS Metacycle, this electric bike looks like a beefed up BMX crossed with a Motocross.
Forget about naked sports bike. The real exhilaration of open air riding is in hyper naked sports bike and hyper naked sports bike is what the 2021 Yamaha MT-09 motorcycle is all about.
Kingston Custom, the custom motorcycle company behind the Rocketeer meet steampunk vibe Good Ghost custom BMW motorcycle, is back with a new custom BMW motorcycle.
KTM, the name synonymous with dirt bike, 2021 electric bikes will have all ages covered. The line up for 2021 KTM electric lineup includes KTM Factory Replica Stacyc for young child, 2021 KTM SX E 5 for youth and the 2021 KTM Freeride XC-E.
Now that we think of the Katalis EV.500 does have some Honda Motocompo vibe in it, except that it isn’t foldable. Speaking of Katalis, here’s a new one from them, but this time, it is a collaborative bike with Indonesia brand, Machine 56, a streetwear label.