MotoGP » POLL: Best looking MotoGP bike of 2012?

Which of the MotoGP teams had the best looking bike in 2012?

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Jeroen - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 3:26 PM

For this year IMHO LCR Honda RED BULL version Indy GP.
And not quite for 2012 season, but I'm pretty curious how the new Repsol Honda will be for 2013. See topic about this on Crash.

Hopefully just as good as its predecessor. Although this was hardly updated. But still a very nice and a very recognisable design!


December 06, 2012 4:16 PM

@ Mike - Yeah - he got it done for Laguna Seca I think???? Might be worng about that. He sold it for charity - go to

sideswipe - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 4:43 PM

Tech3 for the win (in looks anyway). In my opinion the M1 has the best lines of all the bikes and takes on livery that flatters it rather than how livery on some bikes are used like battle camouflage to trick the eye away from the purposeful but ungainly features. Those two Tech3 M1's looked like angry wasps under black light harassing the thoroughbred race contenders. It helped that they were often paired up and riding like a two man swarm. Not a fan of the new blue livery. As beautiful as those M1's lines are that livery managed to make the bike look like a cheap road bike. Mission accomplished I guess.

+1 for moving on with the Repsol scheme. Yes it's been tweaked since the 90's but it's still a very dated graphic scheme on a bike that isn't. I think most of us like it by nostalgia and association. It's a GP institution by now. Hope they keep the colors by bring the design up a couple decades.

po - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 8:38 PM

White livery San Carlo Honda RC213V, got my vote for this year. It just look stylish and even the CRT bike has a certain charm with the colour scheme used, reminds me of the classic pepsi Suzuki of the 90's. As per previous poster, my personal all time favs are the Kawasaki bikes though.

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