Auto Fabrica’s Type 11 Project – Frighteningly Good-Looking
We take a look at Auto Fabrica's futuristic Type II, custom motorcycle design and production project.
Auto Fabrica is a London based, bespoke motorcycle company started in 2013 by two brothers, Bujar and Gazmend Muharremi. Auto Fabrica has earned its reputation for simplifying and decluttering complex motorcycle design.
The company’s primary project, The Type 11 project, has Auto Fabrica ambitiously challenging design and production chops of all those who have come before them, in an attempt roll the hottest, two-wheel lines the road has ever seen.
Kicking-off the project with a three prototype development roadmap, Auto Fabrica hoped to document the project evolution of the project and extract extra inspiration with the completion of each bike.
The first two prototypes are built on the Yamaha 900cc Triple and the third prototype, based off the classic and more traditional 1977 Yamaha 750cc Triple.
Prototype One is extreme, resembling an H. R. Giger illustrated alien. Not only was the bike designed to look good, the bike can perform on the track, featuring an instant fuelling system, a hand laid carbon fibre race seat unit, carbon fibre and nylon 3D printed components.
Prototype Two was based on the functional learnings of the Prototype One, incorporating new elements allowing the bike to be enjoyed on the road. The main bike headlight is a classically inspired inclusion on the Prototype Two, bringing together traditional and futuristic design elements.
Of course, the Prototype Two will not be mass-produced. Each bike will be custom built to client specs.
Image Credits - Auto Fabrica
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