The VIBA Jane is a new custom from the talented French team developed over the course of months with SLM Solutions Group AG and Rolf Lenk – both world leaders in the use of 3D printing and selective laser melting.

Although 3D printing shows remarkable promise for manufacturing it’s still too expensive in most cases for high-volume production, it’s currently largely used for rapid prototyping and low-volume production of parts and products.

The team at VIBA see themselves as a bridge between the early days of coachbuilding and the future of bespoke manufacturing, using modern technologies to create unique and highly detailed custom motorcycles.

The Honda Monkey

The new Honda Monkey is based on the original mini bike first released in the 1960s. The model was never originally intended for production, it started out as a very small, very simple motorcycle designed for children to use at a Japanese

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