To survive whatever the apocalypse can throw at it, this motorcycle has been modified with a high-powered Tesla generator, capable of projecting lightning bolts sixteen feet in all directions.
About this creation
This motorcycle was built for The Contest Group 's Post-Apocalyptic contest. Good luck to the other competitors!
EDIT: I won! Huzzah!
From the side, both the scrounged Tesla generator and the makeshift projection spikes are clearly visible. Also to be seen is the 300 hp. electric motor, which replaced the original V2 and has enough power to run the Tesla generator and speed the bike to 130 mph, all without gasoline.
This is an "analog" version of the lightning I built in case the photoshopped version turned out abysmally.
The gas station on the right corner...
...And the hotel on the left corner.
The Teslarator's rider, wearing his full protective gear.
Whether zombies, aliens, or supervillans, this motorcycle can repel them all, keeping its rider safe to save the world from disaster.
Originality: 5 While I don't think that a bike would be as grand as you make it, it is very different and I like that you put a bike in that hs been customized to be tougher. Build: 7 The bike works and so do the buildings, but I feel like something isn't right with the car being filled with sand. The no wheels thing is nice and the building is well destroyed but we never saw any close ups. The bike on it's own is fantastic, but perhaps it's too good for this backdrop. The setting is still good, but perhaps on it's own. I don't know, there's something that I don't think works. Presentation: 4 It's pretty good, but no inside of the building shot since you did put details inside it is bothering me. Good job. 16/20
Originality : 5. There's not a lot of originality left to be used for post apocalyptic mocs, but custom vehicles is something that one sees far ess often that other post-apoc builds.
Build: 9. The bike itself is quite nice (although its a bit hard to tell), the setting is quite post-apocalyptic-y, and the broken down car may be the best ting I've seen in any entry (I love a bit of novelty). I must say though, I've never seen a grey traffic light (I'm sure they exist somewhere)
Presentation: 4. Good for the most part, there is no clear picture of the pilot, and I found a few minor grammatical errors.
Total score: 18/20. Tesla would be proud