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www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.mac-motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
www.Mac-Motorcycles.com - New British motorcycle manufacturer, Mac Motorcycles, is gearing up to start producing a range of 500cc single cylinder bikes.

Designed over the past nine months the bikes are set to use a 500cc Buell Blast single cylinder motor with a tubular steel backbone chassis.

Design studio Xenophya Design and Ellis Pitt have joined together and this has led to the launch of a new British motorcycle company called ‘Mac Motorcycles’.
MAC XT660 Option - MAC is seriously considering using the XT660 liquid cooled Yamaha single-cylinder engine in its range of cafe racers, instead of Buell Blast's air-cooled single, as originally planned.

The company were left high-and-dry after Harley-Davidson announced production of the Blast motor was to end; the Worcestershire-based bike builder is now asking its potential customers to give them feedback about the use of the liquid-cooled motor in their machines.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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Comments (140)
  • This is just amazing, all I could say is written by other guys but ... stunning work! Keep posting and keep up the good work Mark!!

    7 years ago

  • Nice work

    7 years ago

  • Unbelievable perspective. Hugely inspired.

    9 years ago

  • Thanks very much.

    9 years ago

  • love your sketch technique!!!

    9 years ago

  • Right on!

    12 years ago

  • Very nice project. So British and so American at the same time. Can you give a timing for presentation/production? Brvao

    12 years ago

  • Great Render! Did you use photoshop?

    12 years ago

  • Hello Andrea, Yes pen sketch scanned into Photoshop and rendered using a Wacom tablet.

    12 years ago

  • awesome design!

    12 years ago

  • wow!! very nice concept, Mark.

    12 years ago

  • Mark, Love the concept you guys have generated for this project! How big are these sketches? 8.5x11? Thanks!

    12 years ago

  • cool sketch!!

    12 years ago

  • hope realized soon!

    12 years ago

  • Great color and I love how you've done the seat.

    12 years ago

  • niice! saw this on autoblog! congrats!

    12 years ago

  • Cool bike! Reduce to the max and back to basics: 2 wheels, an engine, a fuel tank and a seat; enough to define a "honoust" motorcycle...a shame the engine doesn't deliver a couple more hp altough depending on the weight it could mean a lot of fun. Good luck and nice job!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Hugo, Many thanks. The Blast engine can be tuned, lots of bits avalible becasue they were used in the US for flat track racing. should be able to get 50 bhp which in a light enough frame will be like a 250 2t. Thanks again Mark

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Sasank, Really appreciated. Mark

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Chaps, Mark

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Wildan, Me too. Mark.

    12 years ago

  • awesomee mark!!!! excellent!!!!

    12 years ago

  • bufff.......great!!!!!!!!

    12 years ago

  • just a beautiful sketch Mark, awesome!

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Primard

    12 years ago

  • Thanks chaps

    12 years ago

  • Cheers fellas

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Fellas, High praise indeed. Luca, not yet depends on a number of factors not least funds. Arnau good to hear from you I hope your well. I was in BCN yesterday but only overnight for a quick meeting with the chaps at A-tech.

    12 years ago

  • Seriously hot!!!Mark,is that a ball point sketch if I am not mistaken?Super clean...and insane 3 dimensional sketching skills.

    12 years ago

  • Hello Mike, Thanks for the post. No it was a screen grab from a short video I found on youtube. Lots of re-touching in PS

    12 years ago

  • Thanks fellas

    12 years ago

  • Cheers Mike, Yea it works quite well that, it was a bit of a mistake. I was playing around with a scratched metal texture for the back drop. I set it to multiply whilst it was the top layer of the image and thought it worked really well so I left it.

    12 years ago

  • Cool designs Mark! Whilst not being a V-twin, there's something very "Vincenty" about it - no bad thing.

    12 years ago

  • Ace sketching!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Gary, Many thanks very appreciated. Mark

    12 years ago

  • Hello Gary, On the money, if you go to http://www.mac-motorcycles.com/roarer_scrapbook.html top left hand image is an Vincent HRD Thanks for the post. Mark

    12 years ago

  • awesum

    12 years ago

  • wow...

    12 years ago

  • i like the proportion

    12 years ago

  • line weight control. nice!

    12 years ago

  • Nice Sketch!

    12 years ago

  • truely productive render mark...hats off!!!

    12 years ago

  • yes the effect works very well. great image and seriously would like to own one of those too..

    12 years ago

  • Fantastic set of sketches, man can U draw!

    12 years ago

  • freaking awesome sketch!!insane 3 dimensionality!

    12 years ago

  • hot and fantastic!

    12 years ago

  • Mark,why not promote this sketch to photoshop?

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Alp, www.mac-motorcycles.com get your order in now!!!!

    12 years ago

  • thanks chaps very kind

    12 years ago

  • Roshan, I could render this in Photoshop but I don't think I'd gain anything. I think the side renders sell the concept and I already know what I need know to get into clay. A PS render would be nice but only if I had the spare time.

    12 years ago

  • William, hmmm I am not sure I could give a tutorial. I use tools to help, I'd be lost without my ellipse templates. I tend to use a photo of an existing bike or create a very basic underlay in CAD to ensure I get the wheel-base right and that the sketch is on package. I find the vanishing point and then just sketch it all out in pencil. One I have the proportion I sketch over the top in Biro.

    12 years ago

  • I tend not to bother with markers so I spend a little more time hatching and try to vary line weight to give the image some depth. When I scan it in I usually fiddle with the levels to try and lose some of the dirt but you pretty much get what see, it is a means to end; it gets me to the clay model.

    12 years ago

  • sweet diggity! :)

    12 years ago

  • Fabulous work!!The render is spectacular!

    12 years ago

  • awesome render, is it done using photoshop?

    12 years ago

  • mark your work is stunning. this page especially i say keep the talent coming and let us drool in waiting for more :)

    11 years ago

  • Hi Mark, when is this beast coming out ? will it be released all around the globe ? i tend to get one. what will the price range be ? potential customer yes.

    11 years ago

  • vary nice

    11 years ago

  • jaw dropping!

    11 years ago

  • as always,,,hot work Mark!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks Fellas very kind of you.

    11 years ago

  • thanks again

    11 years ago

  • Thank you for the posts chaps

    11 years ago

  • thank you

    11 years ago

  • very nice! I always appreciate designers that can package, and proportion a bike, plus your views are very nice

    11 years ago

  • Thanks Dale

    11 years ago

  • I want one :)

    11 years ago

  • Love the contrast in these sketches, this is such a great way to explore shape. Great job on this product, Keep it up!

    11 years ago

  • Nothing more nothing less great design...I read about this in mensjournal August...Affordable as well...

    11 years ago

  • Great Design nothing more nothing less...Saw on MensJournal Aug.

    11 years ago

  • wow fantastic illustration mate! Well done and good luck..

    11 years ago

  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for the feedback Pëllumb much appreciated.

    11 years ago

  • Fantastic work, I just hope I can get one in the states :) that is everything I love in a bike rolled into one

    11 years ago

  • good good i love this motor good job.

    11 years ago

  • Very cool design Mark...

    11 years ago

  • This is truly epic. A lecturer of mine told me that this was all done in illustrator- is that true? Keep it up Mark.

    11 years ago

  • Hello Leon, Thanks for the comment. No not Illustrator, Photoshop with a Wacom pen and a tablet.

    11 years ago

  • Nice sketches

    11 years ago

  • You have a real talent for capturing whats in your head and expressing it on paper. This is drop dead gorgeous.

    11 years ago

  • your work is amazing

    11 years ago

  • thanks fellas

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for the comments. This was a great fun project to do with a lot of design freedom.

    11 years ago

  • I heard MAC motorcycles is on hold. Bummer. I was hoping to get one some day. Love all of your design work on these. Simply flowing and beautiful. Excellent proprotions!!

    11 years ago

  • fantastic Mark!!!! keep going...........

    11 years ago

  • very nice sketch!!!

    11 years ago

  • very dynamic!

    11 years ago

  • thanks Boris

    11 years ago

  • cheers

    11 years ago

  • Mac is still progressing, (unless you know somthing I don't) I was talking to Ellis today about the project. As soon as I can I'll update you all. Thanks for the comments, really appreciated.

    11 years ago

  • Awesomenss Mark! Truly Spectacular!....

    11 years ago

  • Thanks Roshan

    11 years ago

  • cool as, congrats!

    10 years ago

  • awesome

    10 years ago

  • cool sketch

    10 years ago

  • Yeah very nice perspective how'd you get the front tire's vanishing point so right?

    10 years ago

  • Thanks chaps

    10 years ago

  • Thanks fellas

    10 years ago

  • These are great! I don't know enough about motorcycles to make comments on their performance, but I really like your designs!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks again Dave

    10 years ago

  • amazing!

    10 years ago

  • What a bummer that this project was canned. Really excellent work on these though. Nice.

    10 years ago

  • Not canned Joe, very much alive and taking form in the metal. http://blog.mac-motorcycles.com/

    10 years ago

  • fantastic sketches from all different angles. Love the combination of bend shape and the straight lines. The free space behind the engine is awesome

    10 years ago

  • Fantastic design. I think you have a really good body of work. I'd love to get into motorcycle design one day and your work is an inspiration

    10 years ago

  • super communicative & styley, me likey

    10 years ago

  • Thanks chaps good of you to say so.

    10 years ago

  • Thanks very much

    10 years ago

  • Hey good news Ian! I thought Harley would not let you get the engine you were spec'n out. I will go to blog. I want to get one of these bad boys!

    10 years ago

  • Much of the design I like, the concepts worth putting into production. Shame about Harley-Davidson Blast engine, but there's alternatives. I'm not a fan a Japanese w c engine unit. However something like a single 500cc/1000cc V twin JAP engine (40-75hp) in would work as it lends it's traditional look of a blast motor (more British). Q: Pillion option in the future? Norton's looking into it (961 Commando) from feedback. I sincerely wish you all the best of luck. Look forward to new developments.

    10 years ago

  • I like it!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks fellas, clay next.

    10 years ago

  • can't wait!!!

    10 years ago

  • cheers mate.

    10 years ago

  • Awesome Mark....

    10 years ago

  • Thanks Ron

    10 years ago

  • It is so cool to see your work carried out from sketch to full sized bike. Outstanding work

    10 years ago

  • do u have a pic of this after it's been completed?

    10 years ago

  • Hello Debopam, no not yet. It is still to be completed. All going well we will start clay work this week.

    10 years ago

  • very very PRO!!!

    10 years ago

  • thanks chaps

    10 years ago

  • Cheers chaps

    10 years ago

  • great design!! I love this bike, so simple and beautiful..........I wish it were in my country too! huh!!

    10 years ago

  • Really impressive stuff.

    10 years ago

  • Just love ur work man...... keep it going

    10 years ago

  • Sorry Jared I didn't see this question when you posted it. These are only small sketches maybe 10cm long

    10 years ago

  • this is an idea sketch right? how many do you make for one design? great use of markers!!

    10 years ago

  • what software do you use for this rendering mark?? great design..

    10 years ago

  • great photoshop rendering mark! cant imagine if i rode one of these babies to work!! haha!!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks chaps

    9 years ago

  • Hello Raka, Photoshop and a Wacom tablet.

    9 years ago

  • Yea this was a very early sketch one of maybe something like 60.

    9 years ago

  • Thanks again chaps

    9 years ago

  • Thanks Jonathan, Although I can't take credit for the fabrication that was done by the good chaps at Harris Performance

    9 years ago

  • amazing sketch! good job!

    9 years ago

  • Absolutely killer designs, Mark. Mechanical elegance at its finest.

    9 years ago

  • Thanks Marc

    9 years ago

  • Thanks Soheli

    9 years ago

  • No no for a company called Mac Motorcycles.

    9 years ago

  • this model is near to production ?, what kind of engine is used ? it looks like a mono harley. fuel tank is in the frame or this is used like oil tank ? very interesting project, rational.

    9 years ago

  • love your sketch technique!!!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks very much.

    9 years ago

  • Unbelievable perspective. Hugely inspired.

    9 years ago

  • Nice work

    7 years ago

  • This is just amazing, all I could say is written by other guys but ... stunning work! Keep posting and keep up the good work Mark!!

    7 years ago

Mark Wells
Partner at Xenophya Design (info@xenophya.com) Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom