1934 Voisin Aerodyne-Inspired VSN 47 Concept Motorcycle [Photo Gallery]
With his unique and exclusive steampunk approach sporting a joyful outburst of pure retro styling, Smolyanov seems to be able to turn every shape the way he wants and end up with designs which are not only striking, but also extremely fluid and even more: feasible.
So with no more ado, here's the latest Solifague Design creation for 2012: the VSN 47, a retro bike concept inspired by the stunning 1934 Avions Voisin Aerodyne. With the 1934 Aerodyne still outstyling most contemporary cars, the bike concept derived from it is no less a breathtaking presence.
Seeing how the fluid, round shapes combine to create an aggressive, flat-track racer stance is really nice, while the leaf suspension solo seat is as awesome as it gets. While the rear full-wrap fender keeping true to the Aerodyne design might not appeal to some, the longitudinal V-Twin (Moto Guzzi?) choice for the power unit is definitely major points on the style scale.
We'd really be so delighted to see a manufacturer building Solifague Designs bikes: they'd most likely be the next custom bikes to shine at international shows brighter than anything else.
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