Traditional motorcycles don't have many parts that can be comfortably adjusted without heading to the auto shop, but the MV 800 RvR Twin concept motorcycle changes this norm. Designed by Lee Thompson, the MV 800 RvR Twin motorcycle has a seat that can be set to short or long and adjusted easily without the need for tools. This allows single or double riders to take to the streets in comfort without having to share a small riding saddle.
The MV 800 RvR Twin concept motorcycle features rear-view mirrors that are mounted on the front portion of the bike rather than the handlebars to increase visibility. Although currently a concept from MZ, the motorcycle concept has the potential to be picked up by a major brand and adapted for the consumer market.
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