Appreciating the 10 Most Beautifully Designed European Motorcycles

10. Brough Superior

Mark Upham hired French engineer Thierry Henriette of Boxer Design to design and build a new Brough Superior with a 990cc V-Twin engine.

09. Ducati Panigale V4

Ducatis have always been stylish and stunning. The V4 engine, which replaces Ducati's top-tier sport motorcycles' V-Twin engine, is the pinnacle of engineering.

08. Langen 2-Stroke

With its 249cc, 90° V-Twin, 75 horsepower two-stroke engine in a hand-built chassis covered in carbon fiber and exotic metals, the Langen Two-Stroke defied common knowledge.

07. CCM Spitfire Café Racer

Despite a bumpy ride and a deceptively small 319-pound curb weight, the Husqvarna 600cc single-cylinder engine produces enough power. Its appeal outweighs its slowness.

06. Triumph Bonneville Speed Twin 1200

The current Speed Twin 1200 variation is undoubtedly the most appealing, with top-tier suspension and braking components and a sportier posture than other models in the series.

05. Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE

The Bonneville Scrambler 1200 XE set the standard for retro motorcycles. The classic steel gas tank resembled old tall-suspension scramblers, and the bike made no noise.

04. Norton V4 SV

The nearly-disastrous V4SS/RR sport bike was redesigned to fix its many problems. Luckily, the aesthetic, like the Langen, was left alone.

03. BMW R 18

First with the R nineT, then with the R 18, BMW has been digging into the "nostalgia" bucket. Long, low, and hefty, the R 18 has an 1800cc boxer twin engine.

02. Factory Aprilia RSV4

The Aprilia RSV4 Factory proves that beauty can be strong as well as subtle. More than any other bike on our list, the RSV4 Factory's speed is its beauty.

01. MV Agusta F4

Its 750cc inline four-cylinder engine produced 126 horsepower until 2005, when it was replaced by a 1000cc engine with 212 horsepower. In 2018, the last model was released.

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