Honda V4 Motorcycle Concept with Hubless Wheels

It’s amazing now seeing the jaw dropping designs and concepts that Honda brings forward. Honda V4 concept has come up with a deadly sports bike that proposes a new bike design direction for the brand. This model is designed to indicate the beginning of a new era. The bike has V4 engine and it is clearly shown in the design. The hubless wheels are fixed with all-enveloping cowls which most likely assist in reducing drag. This stylish and futuristic sports bike concept was exposed at the 2008 Intermot bike show in Germany. Overall, this bike is going to offer a new look to all the bike riders with excellent performance.

honda v4 concept

honda v4 concept

honda v4 concept

honda v4 concept

honda v4 concept

Designer : Honda

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yawrc says: October 16, 2008

It got no visible wheels. how is it suppose to move?

    Chris says: February 20, 2013

    Well played lol. It doesn't even look like it has any suspension

isaac says: November 23, 2008

very interesting design but the only problem is I don't see how its exposed to move at all.

mento says: February 9, 2009

excuse me, where the designer hide the front up-side down fork?

if the final-design looks like this, seems i couldn't do stoppie or wheelie with this machine, huh? too bad.. too very bad.. again, how's the rider to turn the bike left or right? extreme innovation were always so much good, but.. means nothing if not rational & functional..

teddy p says: March 16, 2009

It could certainly use some more tread exposed- it may create a minute more drag, but aren't those useless air-chopping fins in the hubs doing that already?

stephen russell says: May 20, 2009

Id ride this, type of bike Kirk should have rode in Star Trek movie (2009).

Id add Buddy Seat & side bags.

Ergonomic controls in front.

Very Cool.

Love to Rent & Ride.

Lease?

Ben says: June 2, 2009

how does it move? i dont see any moving treads at all?

Liam says: June 13, 2009

What the…

This bike could only be used as a piece of furniture as it soes not have movable wheels. The inside of the wheels might spin but that doesn't help because there is 100% no contact with the road surface unless there is a tiny slit at the bottom of the wheel to give a couple of square cm of road contact. Also there seems to be no way of turning it as the front structure is totally secured to the body work. This is a bike that needs some serious thought.

p.s. I like the instrument panel

Mario says: September 19, 2009

OK well it definitely needs more exposed tread. Also, this is a wild guess but I'm guessing maybe the front and top of the frame is one piece and the engine and rear wheel are a separate piece. Basically, I am thinking that the way this bike would turn is that the entire top of the frame would rotate independent from the engine. Kind of radical in my opinion but we will never know until we ride one.

Ken says: December 7, 2009

This should be a air brake…

nicholite says: December 9, 2009

well..

with respect… this bike is actually just a concept by honda to show how creative and innovative they are in the future of motorbikes..

anyways.. nice idea though..

keerthi says: March 21, 2010

hey,,, is that a graphics/a true one

praveen says: April 14, 2010

where is tires & brakes pls give me explane

Javier says: June 1, 2011

Excuse me. talking about another subject any of you could tell who was the chief designer of Honda between 1980-1995 and who designed the Honda CH150 Elite 1987.
from already thank you very much

colin says: June 11, 2012

I know! it's a hover-bike!

nirmal kumar patel says: August 4, 2012

like this

REZA JABERI says: September 3, 2012

HELLO MOTOR CYCLET

norton says: April 24, 2014

How can anyone say they would "love to ride it"? Its another show concept art piece, which happens to NOT HAVE ANY WHEELS. Its a piece of art, like a lawn gnome. "Dude, I would love to ride that lawn gnome!" "But, uh, its a lawn gnome . they don't move." "Yeah but look at those curves, you know how fast it Must be?" "Its moving as fast as it goes right now. It's a stationary object. "







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