The VTM SpaceSter, designed by French visionary, Bernard ‘Buck’ Massart of the French custom motorcycle shop, VTM, has the bike community excited and chatting about this original work of engineering art.
The SpaceSter looks like a motorcycle designed on a CAD system, but apparently the cladding was all shaped by hand. Oil is stored in the frame and the flow of the styling follows an interesting and artistic line – even the fins behind the engine. The front upside-down fork is from a Yamaha YZF-R1, attached to an 18-inch wheel.
The overall look is fierce, mean, lean and unmistakably original once you take a closer look at the engine positioning and the vent on the left side of the engine. This bike is not only what dreams are made of – it is open road bliss cast in metal and machine. If you’d like one of these, you’ll have to wait sometime since it’s only a one-of-a-kind at the moment which will be unveiled in all its glory at the AMD World Championships of Bike Building in August.
To find out more about the VTM SpaceSter and the much-anticipated expo, visit the AMD World Championships of Bike Building Facebook Page.