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The 10 Ugliest Bikes Ever

Nobody said designing a was easy, but there’s a basic that was established long give it two wheels, a motor, and to hold it all together. After it’s all gravy.

Whether a sportbike with copious of stylish and aerodynamic bodywork or a cruiser that boasts a engine, the basic principles straightforward: choose sharp and instead of bulbous and opt for muscular of flabby.

All quite obvious Apparently it’s sometimes said than done, and offensive designs will take honors in the annals of design maladies.

1988: BMW K1

designers choose to ignore all design principles and focus on aerodynamics, something like K1 inevitably pops out the other end of the tunnel. If you haven’t seen one in consider yourself lucky.

1996: Bimota Mantra

new meaning to the term fugly, the tuning/bike building firm a Ducati 900SS motor in a bike package, but it resulted in rather bizarre.

Did it perform Does it matter? When this hideous it really overcome great performance. still have to see it in your wouldn’t you?

1989: PC800

A revolutionary design in displayed an abundance of Buck and Star Trek influence, but little street savvy tourer. Ironic or coincidental, but the White color option was descriptive of the bike’s appearance-a with mirrors and space age Yuck.

2002: Triumph Tiger

the majority of our other hideous the Triumph Tiger actually suffered from an ugly and also performed quite The unsightly years of the big trailie were from 2002-2006. with ridiculous tiger the bug like appearance was exacerbated vivid green paint.

KTM 690

We can’t argue with and the KTM 690 has proved to be quite a contender in events such as the Paris-Dakar But, that doesn’t a nauseous sensation from anyone in its presence.

The KTM 690 never starred in Spy vs. Spy.

BMW R1200C

James Bond will recognize the BMW R1200C the sub par spy flick Tomorrow Never The German firm got its feet wet in the market with the R1200C, and in the learned a valuable lesson-stick to you know.

From the odd single spoke rear wheel to the Springer-esque front end the bike was all wrong. Mix in 60 horsepower and 500-plus for a cocktail of unsightly underachievement. It was in 2004.


1988-2006: Katana

Bimota Tesi 1D

To pick one year’s over another’s would be too and so the model is examined as a whole lotta ugly. Introduced as a tourer in 1988, the Katana gained popularity with level riders wanting looks without paying for

Such was the ongoing joke for the until its discontinuation in 2006 due to its with novice riders and performance.

Relatively unchanged for ten the second generation Katana the world wrong and became more homely in 1998.

Suzuki B-King

Originally in 2001 as a concept bike, the looked the business. Not only was an imposing supercharger hanging in the but also a fat rear tire. A lot since then and its 2007

The only thing fat is the immense gas while the hanging is left to the exhaust.

Was Suzuki’s design inspired by Disney’s environmentally robot Wall*E?

2005: Tesi 2D

Originially conceived in as the Tesi 1D, the 2D surfaced ten years and showed that with age not come beauty. Priced the $50,000 mark, the Bimota’s design qualities don’t up for its puzzling appearance.

1998: Road Glide

The Road sharknose front end sets it from the numerous other bikes in the HD family with an odd that simply seems too for any motorcycle design category. Not just big and weird.

Futurama’s and the Road Glide: Separated at

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