Hi mate! Thank you! Well I was thinking it could do up to 500km/h, or 310mph. It's electric, with rim mounted radial engines. It has two wheel drive(and steering) so it should do this while still being quite agile as well. The suspension rises for sharp bends(to avoid scraping/wipeouts) that sould enable almost 45degr of lean. In addition it's double gyro stabilized both for balance and as an aid in positioning the bike when in motion. The idea is that the gyro shifts position when cornering, so that it can tacle chicanes/double "S" curves very fast as the gyros help and control lean. Well, that's the idea anyway, hehehe
This render is much smoother, bordering on dam sexy, and gives us more of a hint on the details inside, exceptional all round. Just a suggestion, the bike is called the Griffon, maybe a small Griffon emblem on the tail, ever so slightly raised, regardless I'm impressed as always
Are the materials you used all Kerkythea stock or some that you made?
Wow! Thanks, mate! Yup, I thought about just that, problem I faced was finding a griffon that's not covered by copyright. Vauxhall uses a griffin so I don't know if might get in trouble if I use one similar.