Akrapovic Full Moon Concept Motorcycle

Dec 12, 2014

Category: Rides

Is this a motorcycle or a piece of modern art from some creative alien life form? While we wouldn’t blame you if guessed the latter, it is indeed the new Akrapovič Full Moon concept motorcycle, just unveiled at the Bad Salzuflen Custombike Show in Germany.

This is clearly some next-level stuff, with an out-of-this-world approach to styling and design. The name is said to come from the huge and completely visible aluminum and carbon thirty-inch front wheel, thus the full moon. The frame and bodywork are made entirely of sheet metal and form an extension to the exhausts. An S&S Knucklehead 1,524 cc engine and two modified custom-made Akrapovič exhausts ostensibly give it its gusto, and yeah, that’s definitely something we’d like to see in action at some point.

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