I have to admit once I got over the temporary paralysis upon first seeing this beauty by ianying616 I thought to myself “Batman would never ride a chrome Batpod”, but upon further thought I’m not so sure. The thing about chrome (and what makes it hard to illustrate, and render for that matter) is it’s not really its own color, but characterized by its environment. It reflects what’s around it, and in Batman’s case, wouldn’t that be the darkened streets of Gotham? Might not be so bad after all.
Builder ianying616 is back with a whole lot of shininess. Just yesterday I was listening to a My Brother My Brother and Me podcast and they were talking about trikes. I don’t care who you are, if you show up on this lovely beast you’re going to some raised eyebrows and dropped jaws. If for no other reason than the guts to ride with your butt so close to open wheels like that.
So. Much. Shiny. The Dodge Tomahawk may have never gotten past the concept phase, but you have to admit, she was a beauty. It was a radical design, that some would argue wasn’t really a motorcycle because it actually had four wheels, but I think it was through and through. This version by ianying616 has all the attitude of the real thing, and a heck of a lot of super shiny parts (my spirit animal is clearly a raccoon).
Builder Bricksonwheels knows how to construct a scale Harley, and here's a pair to fit your moods. Feeling a little dark? Take this black on black Street Glide for a cruise. Or for a little more shiny in your life head out on this Softail custom. Both of them are deliciously detailed from tip to tail, and just yearning for the open road.
It's hard to resist the urge to put on some leathers, grab my helmet and hit the trail when I look at this marvelous dirt bike by ianying616. Then I remember I don't have leathers, a helmet (unless you count my stormtrooper helmet, does that count?) or anything resembling a motorcycle. I'll just admire this MOC, it's pretty rad.
The classic cafe racer is a minimalist machine, but that doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Check out this lovely '51 by builder ianying616, it's as sexy as it is simple. The black and white scheme is accented with just the right amount of chrome to dress it up, but not be too flashy. This baby is just ready to ride.