Simone Conti, the 24 year old Italian motorcycle designer has designed one motorcycle so far – and what a bike it is. The motor is from a Monster 900 i.e., but the rest is pretty much hand-built.
Conti measured the original Monster trellis frame, and used the geometry to create his own frame with an AutoCAD program. Aluminum was then cut with a CNC machine and assembled into the skeletal creation you see here. The bodywork is a mix of aluminum and carbon fiber, all created by hand. That includes the fairings, the air box, the seat, the snaking exhaust system and the gas tank.
Personally, we love it, and can’t wait to see more of his work.
You can check out Conti’s work on his Facebook page.