Instead of utilizing a traditional motorcycle framework, the Gerg Group designed this badass bike with its skeleton on the outside. The Sharker has a one of a kind carbon-fiber monocoque body style that supports the engine, rider and wheels.
Obviously named for its dynamic shark-like body design, the Sharker possesses 140 horsepower and can get to 60 mph in 4 seconds. Designers made sure to equip the Sharker with the latest tech including high-performance LEDs and an electromechanic push button gear shifter, to stay ahead of the competition.
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