The Quasar motorcycle was first mapped out in 1968 by Malcom Newell and Ken Leaman ...
The Quasar motorcycle was first mapped out in 1968 by Malcom Newell and Ken Leaman when they met up in Scotland on holiday.
They steered away from the tradition motorcycle design and instead went with a more futuristic approach.
Unlike traditional motorcycles, the Quasar required the rider sit low inside of the machine rather than astride it.
It took a while for the duo to create a Prototype that worked, but finally in 1976 the first production Quasar was sold.
There were under 30 Quasar motorcycles sold for production and today it is incredibly rare to see them out on the streets.
However, in this video we meet Dave Lochead who took matters into his own hands by creating an impressive replica of the Quasar motorcycle.
When Dave was a schoolboy he would admire the unique designs released by Malcom Newell and Ken Leaman in the old magazines and vowed that he would one day own one.
He unfortunately was not able to purchase a real production Quasar, but we definitely think he created a replica worth admiring!
To check out the unique replica click the video below!
That was nuts. Wait until you see the next video below.