This dirt bike makes the most of 3D printing tech and manages to pull off a cyborg-esque look with its transparent pieces. Former motocross pro Alvaro Dal Farra took a stock 2019 Kawasaki KX 450 F and used HP multi-jet fusion technology 3D printing by Skorpion Engineering to create the “open heart” look of the tank, cowlings, fenders, fork guards, and a swingarm. The red and blue components that peek through underneath represent the heart and blood vessels of a wild creature. The radically designed bike also gets a striped Blackbird Racing seat cover, an underseat Officine Zard exhaust, and a SunStar transmission. It’s one of the wildest concepts we’ve seen in a long time, and we love the originality of the design. It should also wash off well.