Honda CB4 Interceptor Concept

The latest iteration of Honda's Neo Sports Café design language that debuted at the EICMA show in 2015, the CB4 Interceptor adds a dash of endurance racer flair to the concept. The 1,000cc bike features a bullet front faring with LED headlight ring surrounding a fan that powers an LED display. The panel offers several connectivity options, including maps, emergency calls, and music functions.

  • Ducati Panigale V4 Motorcycle

    For over 45 years, Ducati has been synonymous with its desmodromic L-twin engine design. The clack and whine of dry clutches and screaming twin-cylinder motors has defined the Italian brand — but all that is about to change. Ducati unveiled the Panigale V4 at the 2017 EICMA Motorcycle Show. 1,103cc's and four cylinders in a vee configuration taken from Ducati's MotoGP program make 214 horsepower while only adding 11 pounds over the outgoing Panigale. The bike retains the balance, handling, and good looks as well. Only 1,500 are being made, so get your wallets ready to be the first line in a new chapter for Ducati.

  • Lazareth Yamaha R1 Street Motorcycle

    Built, wrecked, and reborn — this Yamaha R1 custom by French builder Ludovic Lazareth is a veritable Lazarus. Lazareth originally built the bike for the sci-fi Vin Diesel film Babylon A.D., where it was subsequently wrecked for its starring role. But Lazareth decided that the R1 could be brought back and made even better. The front forks had been donated to another project, so Lazareth designed and fabricated a single-sided swingarm for the front and rear suspensions, holding Triumph rear rims and tires at both ends. The bodywork is carbon fiber and LEDs in the exhaust baffle form the taillight. With it's suspension and futuristic design, this is as custom as it gets.

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