This impressive monstrous motorbike is not just one-of-its-kind in its deadly-looks, the bike functions likewise too! The mutated motorbike can not just fire-up the road, but it can go-anywhere in deep mud, on rough terrains and even snow…it can ride smoothly anywhere! The rough-and-tough bike concept is titled the Hyanide and is designed by German designers Oliver Keller and Tillman Schlootz for the 2006 Michelin Challenge Design. The Hyanide is designed to run on a flexible rubber tread that spans the machine’s entire underside. So if any part of the bottom is touching the ground, the Hyanide should be able to move, no matter how deep the quagmire, or how rough the terrain. The tank- cum-motorcycle has a top speed of 75 to 85 mph and it features a 60hp 500cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. The only thing you would hate to know about this ultra-cool bike is that it exists only as a one-fifth-scale model, and Schlootz and Keller have no plans to bring a production version to market. So, if you are enthralled with this rocking bike concept then keep your fingers crossed for the Hyanide’s unique drivetrain impressed the big shots of the automotive-industry at the Challenge Design.