The fully-adjustable inverted front fork is replaced by a hub-steering. Sure, visually, the front wheel doesn’t seem capable of turning all that much. But that shouldn’t be a concern for a motorcycle designed to move over an extremely flat, obstacle-devoid surface extending to miles on end. The ‘M’ badging hints the engine might be an extremely tricked-out version of the already mental 999cc inline-four-cylinder motor from the BMW S 1000 RR that generates 207PS and 113Nm in stock form. Some nitrous-powered goodness should go a long way in pushing the sporty motor to its limits. Keeping things interesting at the rear are the angled slats on the boxy-looking fender covering the meaty rear wheel. Also
Quite a lot of Erdem’s motorcycle concepts are inspired by land-speed racers. In 2017, he teamed up with Mark Atkinson, a US-based custom bike builder, and brought one of Erdem’s concepts to life -- a shark-inspired heavily modified BMW K75-based retro land-speed racer. Oh, and that one’s turbocharged too!
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