The world of two wheels has always been linked to the models. Many fans collect, to a greater or lesser extent, many replicas. Whether mythical street bikes or Grand Prix prototypes. There are even handicrafts that show great talents, such as the video that we bring today, in which you can see the process of creating a Kawasaki ZX-10R made with cardboard and screws. And in real size, in addition.
This craftsman ‘Motorbike’ does not lack dedication: the chain, well tensed, meshes perfectly with the sprockets; the different levers (including the shift lever) move with all the fluidity that this material allows. He has even thought about the winglets for the fairing and also he has created, with much precision, an inverted fork and brake calipers.
The level of detail is so high that you can even remove the cap from the tank… And for this, you need a key! Also cardboard, of course. Taking into account that it also has a license plate, all it needs is just to start the engine… And approve the bike, of course. At least, it is 100% recyclable.
Below you can see the full video of the Kawasaki ZX-10R:
Respect! The guy has talent! 😱😳😲Credit: Nolcorp Arts YouTube.com/channel/UCasyLD-yZmg6ydtLzQpr2rQ
Posted by Blunt Kommunity on Wednesday, July 18, 2018