I am not quite sure about the purple color, but I can easily picture Mel Gibson spreading mayhem on one of these bikes. The two robust concepts show off their sharp, aggressive figures, while each maintains a character of its own.
The Aitu is the more refined of the two, if this term can ever describe such an angry-looking motorcycle. It was built with customization and precision in mind, featuring a V-Twin 1800cc engine for impressive power and non-silent exhausts to make sure you are heard if not seen while rocket speeding. The smooth leather seating stretches over its steel body, presenting the futuristic chopper concept with superior style.
The vigorous Bukali, on the other hand, boasts a lot of muscle and promises exhilarating speeds and superior comfort. It is powered by a potent Flat-6 1800cc, 5-seed engine and features a unique seat with extra cushioning to pamper you during those long bumpy rides. The stunning head lights employ a two-chip LED array located behind the lens, also found in the Aitu concept.
The vicious motorbikes by Renato Gschwend present a captivating attraction for adventurous riders and are bound to make heads turn if they ever find their way to the streets. My favorite detail on both is the sculptured rear wing, which on Aitu is highlighted by bolted nails: sizzling!
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