The Slender Snowmobile Borrows its Frame from the Classic Café Racer
Designer Joey Ruiter used the racing posture of a classic café racer as the basis of this sleek Snoped. From there, the American automobile specialist built a lightweight aluminum chassis with exposed assembly screws and a matte black finish. The slender bike rests atop 1980-something Chrystler threads fit for shredding through fresh snow. Narrow vertical lights at both ends of the Snoped only emphasize the Snoped’s blocky silhoutte and idiosyncratic shape.
Many of us long to get away from it all in the great outdoors. Converted vans, trucks, and other vehicles are increasingly popular means of escape that provide temporary homes amid isolated terrain, sandy dunes, and endless skies.