BMW Radical Concept

Jul 25, 2016

Category: Rides

If there was one motorcycle we wish BMW would bring to fruition it’s this “Radical Concept.” Conceptualized by Turkish designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem, this bike looks straight out of Tron Legacy. Complete with what looks a full piece armor body, it’s concepts such as this that change the way we look at motorcycles, hopefully influencing the big players in the process.

The future is looking bright thanks to continued conceptual releases like Mr. Erdem’s. His design features an elevated rear wheel and low handlebars, placing riders in an aerodynamic position to help them to reach speeds only a BMW bike could offer its riders. We’ve featured renderings from Mr. Erdem before and, clearly, this designer has an eye for style. The monolithic yet minimal design is quite attractive in this particular concept and we can only hope that with a little push BMW may take these to heart, releasing a prototype before too long. I mean, the holidays are right around the corner after all.

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