The Droog Moto 3 is a fantastic motorcycle that takes influence from apocalyptic futures. Droog Moto was first established by husband and wife Max and Erica Droog, and quickly gained attention for its rugged and rough aesthetics. Many of the company's bikes feature minimalist and dystopian designs. The Moto 3 is no exception to this rule, as its savage yet refined look strikes an impressive balance between performance and aesthetic.
The Moto 3 started life as a Yamaha FZ-09, but with a host of upgrades and re-designs, the bike hardly looks like its former frame. The fuel tank features a beat-up patina look and offers amazing ergonomics for most riding positions. A custom high mount exhaust gives the bike and aggressive appearance and offers up a burly sound.
The tracker plate is the main focus of this bike, as the custom-made plate appears to have come out of a dystopian metal shop, but also features a bright six-pod LED headlight. The instruments are housed in cluster brackets, keeping the overall appearance of the bike low and sleek.
Image Credit: Yank Design, Droog Moto