Ducati Aellambler Scrambler Motorcycle

Pure Power & Style, The King of Cool: Ducati Aellambler Scrambler Motorcycle

A golden beauty designed by a Japanese master-artisan, Masaharu-san, this Ducati Aellambler Scrambler motorcycle is a creation of pure genius with more than a touch of style. Produced for the second edition of the now famous Scrambler Ducati Custom Rumble contest, just one look at the innovative and fresh design, and you’re hooked! The motorcycle stands out from the crowd, due to its beautiful and lovely curves, glittering gold colour, making it the most stunning and desirable bike of them all.

Ducati Aellambler Scrambler Motorcycle

The Scrambler Ducati Custom Rumble contest promises to showcase the most refreshing, most eye-catching designs and over the top motorbikes. This year’s edition was a lavish affair, with multiple participants. Some of the most visionary designs for motorcycles graced last year’s event, and this year, the excitement was intense, and there was feverish anticipation for the event.

Ducati Aellambler Scrambler Motorcycle

The star of the show just had to be this beauty; The Aellambler Ducati Scrambler.  Without a doubt the king of cool. The motor is powered by motorcycle parts from fabricator Aella Japan, thus the name Aellambler. The motorcycle was designed using unique, 3D modelling techniques to produce the stunning bike’s curves. The L-twin powered scrambler motorcycle was used as the frame and skeleton for the bespoke, gold scrambler. The gold leaf paint was applied painstakingly by hand onto the centrepiece and fuel tank.

Ducati Aellambler Scrambler Motorcycle

The bike positively glitters in the sun, creating a flash of brightness as it speeds by in the daylight. The seat is in rich, brown leather, lending a touch of class and comfort. The engine itself is a standard electronic fuel injection motor system, supplying a pair of 39mm FCR carburettors. The bike is a take on the Ducati 803 Scrambler. The Aellambler is a ride made in heaven, powered by the fires of hell!

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KTM’s 1290 Super Duke R Motorcycle

The new KTM’s 1290 Super Duke R Motorcyclev takes the concept of naked design to a new level. Its revealing, steel trellis frame creates a powerful combination with the Austrian’s street machines. The 1290 Super Duke’s 75-degree V-twin boasts a brand new LC8 engine paired with a cage with 177 horses (with up to almost 104 ft lbs of torque) and a 6-speed transmission. The new resonator chambers on the cylinder heads has made the engine more fuel- and eco-friendly by reducing its carbon dioxide footprint by 10%.

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Another impressive element is the bike’s responsiveness, which is made possible thanks to a chassis that comprises a single-sided swingarm, front and rear suspension, and Brembo brakes. The austere frame of the hardware is complemented by a consort of software-assisted componentry that allow for customization of the ride experience. Some of these include Bosch’s Motorcycle Stability Control (MSC) with an anti-lock braking system; Motorcycle Traction Control (MTC) with various driving settings; Supermoto mode for deliberate drifts; and an optional Track mode.

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There is a launch control feature—the first that KTM motorcycles has ever applied in its bikes to limit the rear wheel’s spin and front wheel’s lift for stand-out standing-starts. Metzeler M7RR tires worn by 17-inch alloy wheels complete the mechanical beast.

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A thin film transistor (TFT) display provides ride information through hands-free connectivity to a smartphone. The controls on the handlebars allow the driver to manage menu options. For additional convenience, the ignition that activates all the action is keyless. The KTM 1290 Super Duke R may be a generational combination of finesses and ferocity—but all of that comes at the price of $17,999.


Ronin Motor Works Releases the Last of Its “Art Bike” Motorcycles

When a firearms-accessories company ventured into the world of limited-release motorcycles nearly 8 years ago, no one could have foreseen that Denver-based Ronin Motor Works would produce one of the most extreme emblems of open road travel. In 2010, Magpul Industries debuted the Ronin concept – their one-off bike that began life as a Buell 1125R. The name is inspired from the Japanese word for a samurai who has lost his master, and alludes to Harley-Davidson’s emblematic discontinuation of the Buell brand in 2009.

The concept generated enough interest in the luxury world of high-end motor toys to begin production. The initial set of 47 bikes came in seven sets – each with a different colour or design scheme, and released over the past 3 years. The final set, dubbed the “art bikes,” boasts one-of-a-kind designs from Denver-based artists. Surprisingly, the acid-etching patterns of Jason Thielke work well with the industrial design of the powerful bike and would certainly appeal to wealthy buyers with a penchant for renegade adventure. Price for the Ronin #5 is available on request but its predecessor retailed for $38,000.

Apart from the unique designs, the bike sports the same custom monoshock linkage suspension system and front-mounted radiator to help cool down the Rotax-designed motor. Stacked low and high beam headlights complete the sleek frame of the body with: system controls, gauges, seating, LED taillight, and even a radio-frequency identification (RFID) enabled key for push-button starting.


3 Amazing Motorcycles

There is something about fast speed that draws millionaires to the newest toys on the market and these 3 motorcycles with jaw-dropping design are a testament to this. Their phenomenal 21st-century expressions show off the talent of their creators and a real treat for the eye.

Lotus C-01

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Featured in the box hit Tron: Legacy, the first bike branded by the Lotus automotive marque has a futuristic body-style developed by designer Daniel Simon. Produced by Kodewa Performance Motorcycles for Lotus, the new C-01 is made of titanium, carbon fiber, and aerospace-grade steel. It has a 2-cyclinder, 4-stroke V-twin engine, making it capable of 200 hp delivery and it sports a 6-gear jaw-type shift transmission. Introduced in 2014, the bike is priced at $139,000

Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter

Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter

With an aesthetic approach referred to as “skeletal minimalism,” Louisiana-based Confederate Motorcycles overtook competition with the debut of its G2 P51 Combat Fighter in 2014. Designed by Jon Kaase, the second-generation Combat version features the company’s proprietary monocoque construction made entirely of 6061 aerospace billet aluminium. The 500-pound road has a V-twin engine capable of producing 200 ft lbs of torque and over 200 hp. Only 17 of the 61 examples planned to be produced are still available and are priced at $125,000 in raw aluminum and $130,000 in anodized black.



The ExperiMental by Canada’s Goldammer Cycle is a spectacular fusion of dirt bike and road racer. Constructed on a reengineered Honda cr250r chassis, it combines an Aprilia-designed Rotax engine, and an Aprilia 5-gear transmission—all enveloped with aluminum bodywork. Developed in 2006 as an entry for the Discovery Channel show Biker Build-Off, the motorcycle not only won the competition but went to become a classic. Available as one of six models in Goldammer’s collection, the ExperiMental retails for $450,000.

New MV Agusta Brutale Dragster 800 RR

New MV Agusta Brutale Dragster 800 RR

Italian motorcycle manufacturer presented to the public its first MV Agusta back in 1945, called “98”. The company began as an offshoot of the Agusta aviation company formed by Count Giovanni Agusta . Now, Legendary Italian brand has two new variants of their Brutale line. Both motorcycles look really impressive.

MV Agusta’s new Brutale Dragster 800 RR is a perfect combination of power, superb chassis design and style. Its 798cc in-line three-cylinder engine makes 140 horsepower at 13,100 rpm and 63.4 foot-pounds of torque at 10,100 rpm, thanks to a new airbox design. Agusta Brutale Dragster 800 RR gets MV Agusta’s Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control Systems, a ride-by-wire system that gives riders four ignition maps and eight levels of traction control.

There is not a big difference between the bikes, but if you ‘re looking for something a little more fancy then Dragster RR version of the Brutale 800 is the best for you. The Dragster has Kineo spoked wheels that look truly magnificent on the bike, wider rear rubber and a different tail section. The Brutale 800 RR will come in two color options: Pearl Shock Red/Pearl Ice White and Metallic Avio Grey/Carbon Metallic Black. Dry weight on the bike is said to be 370 pounds.

Midual's remarkable Type 1

Midual’s remarkable Type 1

Luxury French bike manufacturer Midual was originally formed in 1992 by entrepreneur Oliver Midy and best known for introducing a 875cc roadster concept in 1999. Midual’s new Type 1 takes its place among the world’s most expensive motorcycles with a price tag of US$185,000.

This stunning two-wheeler goes into production in 2016, with 35 units scheduled to roll out of a factory 300 km southwest of Paris. The first motorcycles have already been ordered! Buyers will be able to choose between more than 45 types of leather, 25 sand casting treatments which can be applied even to the engine parts and plus different types of hardware finishing (from a brushed effect to a polished or patina’d look).

Midual Type 1 is powered by 1036 cc flat-twin engine pumping out 106hp that’s paired with a 6-speed transmission with a multi-plate clutch and an electric starter. It features an instrumental panel with several analog gauges on the top of the fuel tank and the 17-inch wire-spoke wheels in Michelin tires, with a 120-70 tire up front and a 180/55 at the rear.

The motorcycle has been for a long time in the making but the end result is a real piece of art. The inspiration came from a classic European cars and bikes from the ’30s and ’50s. Mindy designed the bike to be completely adorable to the very last detail.

Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster

Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster

When we talk about powerful unique motorcycles then the Confederate Motorcycles come as one of the best manufacturers. Now here they are with a new model called the X132 Hellcat Speedster, designed by legendary motorcycle designer Pierre Terblanche.

The spectacular X132 Hellcat Speedster is a perfect fusion of power, strength and beauty. It’s a limited edition of only 65 pieces, each one with a base price of $65,000.

X132 Hellcat Speedster is propelled by a potent 2,163 cc, 56° fuel injected V-Twin engine with 4.4” Bore x 4.4” Stroke. The engine puts out a maximum power of 121 hp and 140 foot pounds of torque. The bike rides on a 18 inch, carbon fiber wheels which are wrapped in front Metzeler ME 880 Marathon 120/70 ZR18 and rear Metzeler Marathon 240/40 VR18 tires. This powerful motorcycle is hand built.

The motorcycle is built from the finest materials including carbon finer and billet aluminium. The three-gallon fuel tank which features a matte clearcoat over carbon fiber is a Confederate-designed piece. The 28-inch high tractor-style leather seat, swept-back handlebars and forward foot controls are designed to offer maximum comfort and safety.

„The X132 Hellcat architectural and engineering expression is contextual and strategic with our inspiration, purpose and culture. Twenty-one years in the making, it is the motorcycle we always wanted to make,“ said H.Matthew Chambers, Founder, Chairman, CEO, Confederate Motors, Inc.


Pure luxury: Lotus motorcycles’ C-01

Designed by Daniel Simon, new lightweight C-01 superbike is the result of a collaboration between motorsport veterans under the leadership of Kodewa, lead by Dr Colin kolles.

Concept designer, author, and producer, with professional roots as a senior designer at Bugatti and Volkswagen, Daniel Simon, has done an amazing job again. He is best known for the ‘Lightcycle’ in the 2010 Disney motion picture ‘Tron: Legacy’ and the ‘Bubbleship’ used by Tom Cruise in the Universal sci-fi hit ‘Oblivion’. I can freely say that this is one of the most beautiful motorcycle nowadays.

The original idea to create the C-01 came from Kodewa’s Dr Colin Kolles. He said: “We set out to create a bike that isn’t just great to ride but also represents a piece of art in motion. Over the years I have seen my fair share of style over substance, what this bike brings to the market is a unique combination of both: state of the art technology with a truly jaw-dropping aesthetic.” The bike’s geometry and construction is the work of Holzer, a company that has had a hand in designing several Moto One and Moto Two world championship motorcycles.

The limited edition (100 only) 180 kg Lotus C-01 is powered by a 200 hp, 75 degree v-twin Rotax motor similar to that used in the KTM RC8R superbike. The world’s first motorcycle to bear the legendary Lotus marque is now road registered and ready for action.

This stunning piece of art was inspired by the legendary Lotus 49 Formula One car of the late 1960s. “Conventional bike design avoid most styling trouble with very modular thinking, meaning each part like a gas tank, seat, tail, and fairing have their own lives, even if they come together in great harmony,“ said Simon.


Honda NM4 Vultus

Honda has announced a new motorcycle – the limited edition NM4. It combines Japanese manga styling with existing Honda underpinnings.

“The NM4 Vultus exists because of a passion from deep within our company. We wanted to create something special, not just in the two-wheeled world, but truly unique in the whole world – a machine that engages a human soul like no other ” , says Mr Keita Mikura, NM4 Vultus Project Leader, Honda Motor Company.

Honda’s 2015 NM4 is powered by the NC700X’s 670cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine.
The bike also features a digital LCD dash with a gear position indicator, full LED lighting, plus a wide 200mm rear tire and an instrument display that can be illuminated in 25 different colors and the NM4’s mega comfortable seat is a super-low (25.6 inches). The rear pillion seat flips upright when not in use, locking to provide the rider with a secure backrest and almost fighter pilot riding position. Its angle can be adjusted through 3 positions and it slides back/forward 25mm through four settings, to fine-tune cockpit comfort.

There are also three modes of operation:
- MT mode gives full manual control, allowing the rider to shift with the handlebar trigger control buttons.
- Automatic D mode is ideal for city and highway riding, and achieves optimum fuel efficiency.
- Automatic S mode is sportier and the ECU lets the engine rev a little higher before shifting up, giving greater performance.

Honda has announced that it will begin selling a production version called the NM4, priced at $10,999. Only one paint option will be available – matt black.

BMW Concept Roadster

BMW Roadster bike

The historic car show Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este is an elegance competition for classic and vintage cars, but it is also a place where makers take advantage of the event to showcase some of their upcoming models.

Automotive concepts like the Gran Lusso Coupé, BMW Zagato Coupe and motorcycles like the Concept 90, and just-revealed the gorgeous Mini Superleggera Vision are not all that BMW has to offer. At the recent Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance on Lake Como, BMW unveiled a stunning new bike called the Roadster Concept.

Ultra-modern motorcycle is built around the latest air- and liquid-cooled boxer twin, an 1,170cc engine officially rated 125 horsepower and 92.2 pound-feet of torque. That power is routed to the rear wheel via a cardan drive.

Roadster Concept’s beautifully styled seat is fabricated in aluminum and wrapped in Alcantara to provide a modicum of comfort. Up front there is a thin swath of LEDs for the headlights. A spoiler under the engine hides the huge resonator/muffler at the core of the Roadster Concept’s exhaust system. As on the HP2 Megamoto, triangulated steel-tubing trellis are painted metallic blue. Details with the colors (such as this one) give this motorcycle remarkable look.

Currently there are no words on production plans but this powerful BMW’s urban bike deserves to be on the street. More information about extreme motorcycles you can find in our shop. Who knows, you might find one that really suits you.