Just take a look at Ziggymoto’s concept bike design and you can’t help but admire the artistry. I could pair these wheels with a variety of vehicles, such as a 1930s General Motors Futurliner or the car in the world’s fastest Indian film. However, the rational steam locomotive of the 1930s is so inspired that the front looks almost identical to the classic train. Then I can picture it as a ride for Tony Stark, a cult hero. The light on the front is easily mistaken for the arc reactor in Iron Man’s exoskeleton suit, and the deep red colour is another unmistakable resemblance. Perhaps a worthwhile trip to the Stark mansion in Malibu!
Ziggy Moto designed the cool-looking bike for Anthony Partridge and is working with Olliminium Auto Fabrication to fine-tune the mechanics. Because Ziggy Moto does not have an official riding name, I refer to it as the Iron Man Streamliner. The sectional vents on the front resemble the armoured layers of Iron Man. This motorcycle is intended for drag racing and is not intended to be a practical two-wheeler for circuit racing or even twisted sections of road. The low ground clearance in the front and the large lower section of the Streamliner make it difficult to tilt your bike in corners to keep it balanced.
As the wheel is far from the center of gravity, the back imitates the upcoming straight line DNA. The silver frame on the front, which covers half of the bike frame, adds a sharp aesthetic and contrasts nicely with the blood-red color. Overall, the Iron Man Streamliner (yes, you should imagine it as one) is a cool motorcycle that requires a lot of attention.