Renard character lies in a modern, one-of-a-kind monocoque body that’s met with retro lines and a logical form. Quite simply, there’s nothing else like it! However, it’s not so quirky that any amount of functionality or user-friendliness has been sacrificed. That ultra-light composite unibody integrates the bike’s frame, fuel tank, and air box into a single load-bearing unit.
If you really think about it, what must a bike really look like? Why must its shape be in a particular fashion, with a separate fuel-tank, a separate seat, a separate headlight. What happens when you design a bike without taking any previously seen bike as a reference? You get something that looks like Samuel Aguiar’s concept bike titled Hope.