BMW i Motorrad Beta|R

Dec 29, 2015

Category: Rides

BMW has always had some impressive concept car designs, and their concept motorcycles aren’t any different. There’s a new motorcycle concept floating around that’s one of the most impressive that we’ve seen, and although it’s not designed by BMW, themselves, it’s worthy of a conversation: the BMW iMotorrad Beta|R by Sebastian Martinez.

It’s a futuristic-looking bike that takes cues from Tron, with a sleek body design and tires that are abnormally spread apart. The body has an aerodynamic design, and it has Tron-esque spokeless tires. It uses a magnetic suspension to give the rider a smooth driving experience every time. The headlights — if you can even call them that — are small slivers of light at the top of the motorcycle. It’s a bike that looks to be fit for about a hundred years in the future.

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