dubbed the ‘electric café racer’, this futuristic concept depicts what the future of motorcycles might hold for honda. created by spanish and russian designers, pablo baranoff dorn and alex guliyants, they have created no-less than four bike renderings in the past, most of which celebrate such a resolution level of graphical detail that they can easily be confused for real manufactured products.
pablo baranoff dorn’s + alex guliyants’s concept has been designed from scratch, including the seat, frame, tires, front + rear suspension, rims, lights, front lamp and hubs. many elements came from similar models and enhanced the aesthetic of the café racer, and the result is this highly polished motorcycle. built over a honda 125 cc café racer with an electric motor, the bike has a second alternative body, built from steel or aluminum. following the inspiration of many concept bikes, the team built a three-part structure; the front grille is larger and more aggressive with the air intake in mind. the sides for the concept showcase an alternate idea of a second air intake to offer riders the possibility of additional technical features.