Posted by Nick April 30, 2012

Check out this insane framed Stealth bike from BME. The Nighthawk was designed by Brano Meres and is an all black angular cycle designed for the city rider of the near future.

The frame is constructed from an aramid honeycomb that is then sealed in carbon fiber for the ultimate in strength and lightness. The bike also uses a belt drive over a chain which makes for a long lasting and low maintenance solution. The bike also includes an option to have an Infiniti3D guard dog security system built in.

Impressive design, always been amazed at the Nighthawk stealth fighter design, and this is def the bike one of those pilots would ride, possibly in their full flight gear!

BME Design


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