Making of futuristic motorcycle - I Modified Scooter to the two-wheeled vehicle
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In this video, I will share with you one of the most challenging projects I have ever done.
I will show you how to make a futuristic motorcycle made from a regular scooter.
When I was still young, I had the idea to make this particular vehicle.
And all after I, as a student, went home by bus and through the window I saw one motorcyclist driving all wet in the mud.
A thought crossed my mind, it would be great if he also sat in the cockpit and could enjoy the ride, and not fight the cold and the inconvenience of the rain.
I think almost all motorcyclists will agree with me.
There is no comfort, and besides, it is dangerous.
Since then, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge, and the idea remained in my head to live.
Honestly, many of the machines that I made and showed you, I made precisely in order to build this futuristic motorcycle (Future Motorcycle).
By the way, I have not yet decided on the name. I think I'll have to ask you to help me.
Please tell me what to call this two-wheeled vehicle.
The name that I like the most, I will leave it.
In order to build this two-wheeled vehicle, I bought and disassembled a scooter.
By the way, the engine of this scooter matched the power of my project, namely 125cc.
I would like my futuristic two-wheeled vehicle to be not only visually beautiful, comfortable, but also economical in terms of fuel consumption.
Fortunately, all my expectations were met, and the result even exceeded my expectations.
Another long-standing goal has been fulfilled, which means that the next more significant projects are in the queue.
I have long dreamed of building an aircraft, and I am more than sure that the realization of this goal is not far off.
Once again, I want to thank my family and friends for their support.
Special thanks to the RocketCars team for their help in filming the final tests.
I look forward to your comments.
See you soon!
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