It's difficult to appreciate the efficiency of a major city from the position of motorist stuck in rush-hour traffic -- unless you're driving something like the Urban Streamline Motorcycle. While most cars are grinding to a prolonged halt twice between each intersection, you can attempt to bolt along the curbside in your sick sleek vehicle.
Lauren Davison, a student of San Jose State University, California, came up with this cutting concept for a supercharged two-wheeler. Much of its impressive mechanics are visible along the side of the ride, inciting awe from envious pedestrians and drivers.
The honed silver shell of the body is what really snags people's attention on the Urban Streamline Motorcycle. Barb-like curves and sharp points give the impression that this chopper would literally slice through the air.