It is by now clear that the best commuting solution features two wheels as they are economic and occupy less space in today’s crowded cities, but we often find ourselves wondering what the future reserves for the continuously developing motorcycle market.
An answer to our questions came in the form of the Vincent Nero, a concept bike implementing features of early-days motorcycles which are refreshed and propelled into the future. For instance, there is the mid-size V-Twin engine – configuration that has been around ever since pioneers found out how to properly air-cool their constantly-heating engines, the spoked wheels and the Harley-type exhaust. The upright riding position is ideal for this kind of motorcycle and this also brings the massive, high tank and the imposing, futuristic forks.
Designed by students Ian Galvin and Craig Mackiew, the Vincent Nero opens up the gates to a new motorcycling era, especially now that gas prices are going nuts.
The Vincent Nero is designed both as a naked concept bike and a half-faired one so let’s just hope we’ll soon be put in the situation of choosing among the two.