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Simulating a photo shoot. Borrowed the Daftpunk helmet design but modeled it myself. Think it really suits the theme
Added forward controls. Very near competition now.
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Lowrider motorcycle concept

Near to completion. This is a bike id love to build if i had the time and money.

Comments (17)
  • That is an awesome bike!

    7 years ago

  • Very cool, sorry I recently got into motorcycle design myself. I needed a project that I could step away from my normal routine, and dived head first into a 1981 xs650 chop. It is currently about 98% completed. I ran into a few of the problems I was mentioning during the build. Overall I love the design though. Very clean lines. I saw you had several other frame designs in your portfolio, do you have any images of actual bikes you have done? I would love to see what you have come up with if you have.

    8 years ago

  • Hi Daniel thanks for the comments. of course i accept constructive criticism...nothing wrong with it. I went for forward controls instead of rear due to the fact it was orientated around a show bike. This lends its self to a more aggressive riding position plus i have rode bikes with similar ergonomics and they arent so bad for my young self, ha. As i get older the handlebars with rise and the controls will slowly move backwards. As for the motor mounts, you are right, at this stage i never introduced them, however i did do further development on the frame and created mounts that would be formed out of solid stock. I could run stress and fatigue analysis on the whole lot to make it feasible but that was never my intention. Thanks again for the comments though.

    8 years ago

  • I love the modeling, the rendering is superb as well, far better then my own skills. From an industrial design perspective, if you wouldn't mine a little constructive criticism, give the bike rear set controls, this will allow the functionality of the ergonomics more credibility. As for the frame think about the motor mounts.

    8 years ago

  • Cool bike ! Great work!

    8 years ago

  • this is insane !!!!!

    8 years ago

  • fabulous

    8 years ago

  • Amazing design and rendering~!

    8 years ago

  • excellent work/detail . (however i burned my leg before )

    8 years ago

  • Cool

    8 years ago

  • love your design

    8 years ago

  • wow! crazy! +++

    8 years ago

  • Superb!

    8 years ago

  • Fantastic job, congrats !

    8 years ago

  • Thanks guys, your comments are much appreciated and i'm glad you like the design seeing as its quite a way from the norm of motorcycle design and engineering

    8 years ago

  • This is insane! keep up the good work.

    8 years ago

  • Great work, John!

    8 years ago

  • Cool bike ! Great work!

    8 years ago

  • I love the modeling, the rendering is superb as well, far better then my own skills. From an industrial design perspective, if you wouldn't mine a little constructive criticism, give the bike rear set controls, this will allow the functionality of the ergonomics more credibility. As for the frame think about the motor mounts.

    8 years ago

  • Hi Daniel thanks for the comments. of course i accept constructive criticism...nothing wrong with it. I went for forward controls instead of rear due to the fact it was orientated around a show bike. This lends its self to a more aggressive riding position plus i have rode bikes with similar ergonomics and they arent so bad for my young self, ha. As i get older the handlebars with rise and the controls will slowly move backwards. As for the motor mounts, you are right, at this stage i never introduced them, however i did do further development on the frame and created mounts that would be formed out of solid stock. I could run stress and fatigue analysis on the whole lot to make it feasible but that was never my intention. Thanks again for the comments though.

    8 years ago

  • Very cool, sorry I recently got into motorcycle design myself. I needed a project that I could step away from my normal routine, and dived head first into a 1981 xs650 chop. It is currently about 98% completed. I ran into a few of the problems I was mentioning during the build. Overall I love the design though. Very clean lines. I saw you had several other frame designs in your portfolio, do you have any images of actual bikes you have done? I would love to see what you have come up with if you have.

    8 years ago

  • That is an awesome bike!

    7 years ago

John Bridge
Exterior Designer at Porsche Weissach, Germany