The Beast: Conceptual Superbike Unveiled in Japan with Powerful Minimalist Design

The Beast: Conceptual Superbike Unveiled in Japan with Powerful Minimalist Design
The Beast: Conceptual Superbike Unveiled in Japan with Powerful Minimalist Design
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The superbike has a sculptural, minimalist design, but may not be suitable for tricky trails.

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American designer Cameron Bresn has developed a concept for a Japanese bike called the WOW 101 Ghost Superbike, which is called the Beast (translated as "The Beast" or "The Beast"). Toyo tires, steering wheel and other components were made in Japan.

The design of the bike is characterized by the unity of the elements. All of its components look consistent, indicating high performance, Yanko Design notes. On city streets, the vehicle is distinguished by a gloomy, modest aesthetics, writes Thendhunter. Compared to other motorcycles, the Beast stands out for its sculptural shape focused on improved aerodynamics.

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The practicality of using the bike raises questions, writes Yanko Design. It is more suitable for driving in the suburbs and on straight roads than for superbike-comparable difficult routes with sharp turns. “Just find a straight, linear road and stick to it, because you can't imagine turning on this bike,” writes Yanko Design. "But every sin is forgiven when the bike looks so good …".

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