A new British motorcycle manufacturer is going back to basics with future concept motorcycles (I’m not going to touch the irony).
British motorcycle design studio Xenophya Design and product designer Ellis Pitt have joined forces to create Mac Motorcycles.
Mac Motorcycles has created four concepts that lean on the idea that the old simple way is the way motorcycles were meant to be.
The four models are Spud (casual), Ruby (cute), Pea Shooter (social) and Roarer (speed, duh). Each bike is based on air-cooled 500cc single-cylinder engines from the Buell Blast.
The designs are sleek and fresh but the engine isn’t anything to scream about, and the price will range from $12,000-$16,000 which might hinder consumer interest.
Based on what I see, and the philosophy of Mac Motorcycles, I shall not be a nay-sayer.