There are different stylistic elements that, when combined, come together to form recognized established genres such as cafe racers, flat trackers, and scramblers. And while these individual parts that make up the sum of these bikes tend to compliment each other, Brazilian concept artist Leo Porfirio recently opted to go against the grain by setting out to create a cohesive custom motorcycle design by piecing together elements across the aforementioned trio of genres.
Christened the “Honda Scrambler Revival,” the digitally-rendered two-wheeler is built around a chassis that combines contemporary twin-spar frames with old-school double-cradle items and is paired with a single-sided swingarm. Powered by a liquid-cooled inline-four Honda engine, the mishmash of genres features a low-profile tracker tail set in an up-kicked hooped subframe that’s finished off with a custom under-tail exhaust, a futuristic take on a front number board that contains a sunken cafe X-inspired headlight setup, and a uniquely-designed set of side-covers that suck air around the outside of the forks and out under the seat, forcing it by the set of pod-filter intakes and providing added airflow. Other elements include a late-model sportbike front fender, disc wheel inserts with a half-dozen triple-dash slots, Metzeler knobbies, bar-end mirrors, a digital display, and several different liveries.
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