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Going Huge: What it Takes to Design a Concept Bike

Last year, Huge Moto’s Honda CBR1000RR ‘cafe fighter’ conversion melted the EXIF servers. Bill Webb and his team focused on creating unique bolt-on parts—leaving the base motorcycle largely un-hacked. The San Francisco-based outfit is now tackling its most ambitious project yet: a complete, ground-up concept motorcycle, called MONO RACR. Even though we normally feature physical motorcycles that can be touched and ridden, this is a remarkable and unusually intriguing concept.
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