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2-stroke expert Dr. Joseph Ehrlich set up EMC in the late 1940s. The company produced a handful of street bikes, and was quite successful in racing up to the 1960s. EMC made a brief comeback in the early 90s, financed by Quadrant Shocks. In 1993, they commissioned this design from me for a 250cc 2-stroke GP bike, although I've no idea what became of it.
V8 GP-bike proposal made for Ian Drysdale in 2000. Along with the TVR sports bike, this is one of my most copied designs, having appeared as a logo for a German design company (hardly a good advertisement for either their creativity or their ethics), a modified 150cc Honda by some guy in India and in a Japanese computer game - all without permission!
Set of proposals made for Lehman Trikes in 2004. The brief was to produce a style that blended with the H-D Electra Glide as if it was designed in-house. I guess it succeeded because the trikes were later sold through official Harley dealers.
One of a trio of designs produced for Jean-Fran├žois Robert's 'Tucson' racing team for the 'Sound of Singles' series. Date would be around 1993.
Krauser K3 integral luggage system, 1998.
My very first motorcycle project - the BMW K-75C, nearly 30 years ago!
1986 marketing sketch for the R80 G/S
2015 UM Hypersport
2015 UM Hypersport
2015 UM DSR
2015 UM DSR
2015 UM DSR
2015 UM Hypersport
2015 UM Hypersport
2016 UM Renegade unveiled at the EICMA
2016 UM Renegade unveiled at the EICMA
2016 UM Renegade action shot
Harley Street 500/750 - concept and package, 2009.
Original 1998 design sketch for the Ducati NCR - which eventually became the Mike Hailwood Evoluzione.
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Comments (2)
  • Drysdale is my 2nd favourite bike ever (after the Britten) ...a Drysdele engineering with Glynn Kerr design would be epic.

    9 years ago

  • Awesome !!!!!!!!

    9 years ago

  • Awesome !!!!!!!!

    9 years ago

  • Drysdale is my 2nd favourite bike ever (after the Britten) ...a Drysdele engineering with Glynn Kerr design would be epic.

    9 years ago

Glynn Kerr
Independent Motorcycle Designer Loomis, CA