Founder of Mac Motorcycles, Ellis Pitt, decided to build his own stylish and sleek chopper that brought together the best of both the design of the late 60’s and early 70’s along with the technology on offer today. To be very precise, Pitt wanted today’s power in yesterday’s design and he went about creating this dream machine that took over a year of his time and the best of his efforts. The aerodynamic slender design of the body of the Mac is inspired by the Italian choppers of the by-gone ear while the suspension, braking and power systems are borrowed from today’s powerhouses.
Taking some help from Xenophya Design Specialists, Mark Wells and Ian Wride, Pitt finally achieved his dream and one look at this sexy baby tells you that it is ready to hit the road and burn some rubber as soon as one of these is out and running. In a world where choppers are becoming bigger, sturdier and bulkier by the moment, with the ‘low-ride’ mania catching on, this design is a refreshing change indeed!
Via: designpumpa / 72dpi / xenophya