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What's the ugliest bike ever built?

Among the masses of brilliant and beautiful bikes available there are also some real monstrosities. Below we've managed to come up with what we think are some of the ugliest bikes ever built. Which do you think is the worst? pollcomment

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

And theres more!

Couple more to consider, the Yamaha XS1100 Martini fully faired monstrosity and the ill-fated Morbidelli V8.

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69Fastback

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69Fastback says:

American Iron

Almost every bike that the Teutuls or Arlen Ness have ever produced. Subjective, though that be!

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speedo007

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speedo007 says:

Surprised that the B-King is on the list...with aftermarket pipes its quite a sexy bike! The DN-01 is the clear winner here, the Versys 1000 a serious contender. The Lamborguini bike should have been on that list:

http://bloguidon.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/lamborghini_boxer-bike_yellow.jpg

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bikerpete51

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bikerpete51 says:

fugly bikes

CBF1000, latest Fazers, anything with an unpainted exposed watercooled motor it seems. Why do these bikes have to look so bland?  Is it so costly to add a few "fins" to an engine and make it look like an engine? The old 600 Fazer is a case in point. I reckon the reason sales fell so badly is that the new Fazers had a bland featureless engine which just didn't look good. We like our bikes to look "technical" and the motor's a big part of the styling.

 

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preunit

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preunit says:

Aye

Morbidelli 







or Heshketh Vortan

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Darowyn

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Darowyn says:

You clearly have never seen a CZ 175 Trail. If you had ridden one, you would be even more certain!

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brevav2

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brevav2 says:

VFR1200   Pug Ugly

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snev

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snev says:

Electra Glide ?

surely...?

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robertotoole

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robertotoole says:

BMW R100GS 1993

Surely the BMW R100GS PD, in it's unusual greeny-blue livery of 1993? I have one. It's an absolute "minger". Or rather, was an ugly pig until I took off the ridiculous fairing, bull bars and oversized headlight, resprayed it a subtle white with blue trim, and put on some simpler modifications. The winner has to be a BMW!

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69Fastback

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69Fastback says:

Arlen Ness

Ferrari Bike!

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