The Vincent Nero Motorcycle Concept is an answer to skyrocketing fuel costs and increasing congestion levels. Created by transportation design students Ian Galvin and Craig Mackiewicz as their senior thesis project, the Vincent Nero Motorcycle Concept is an effort to design a motorcycle for the new golden age. This Vincent Nero concept is their vision for the era's ideal motorcycle, one that combines the romance of the past with an economical, but fun to use, mid-size v-twin engine and an upright riding position and a heavy front end, emphasized engine, evocative-of-speed seat thing. The abrupt tank and pinched lines combined with the exposed rear shocks add attractive mechanical elements. In addition to the attractive-yet-functional Nero, Ian and Craig also envision a Nero S, potentially available as another model or as individual part upgrades.
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June 16, 2008 3:58 PM | Motorcycles