This is quite simple the most elegant and sexy electric scooters around that are actually on road and not still a concept visualization of some up and coming designer who spends more time on the CG pages than actually understanding the needs of those who actually need the vehicles to commute around. A large part of successful design is to make sure that you understand the needs of those who ride it, put yourself in their shoes and then make sure that you come up with the perfect amalgamation of sense, style, simplicity and utility!
Designed by a guy called Harald Cramer, it’s a custom-made time-trial cycle with all sorts of weird and wonderful innovations. The Y-frame shape means that the Oryx is shock-proof and keeps you in contact with the road at all time, and there is a one-sided fork and chain-stay. In time trial races, like the Contre la Montre at the Tour de France, every second counts, that?s why Oryx possesses an identical pair of wheels which can be removed by the push of a button.
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Electric motorcycles and scooters have made a lot of progress lately, and one of the first plug-in motorcycles to ship will be this Electric Motorsport GPR-S, known in Southeast Asia as the E-Boxer. The good news is its charging time, letting you replenish its lithium ion batteries by plugging it into an ordinary electrical outlet for a mere 90 minutes.
Now be a style icon with the Icare high-end futuristic bike. With its eccentric looks and spectacular design it surely is a dream come true for all the bike lovers. The engine, which is Honda 6 cylinder flat engine and 1800cm3, is completely out of this world and will definitely keep you mesmerized. Its powerful body gives you a sense of security while driving on the tarnished highways and its design looks more that of an alien. A bike with a different look and with the unbeatable performance and strength. So move out and flaunt your Icare and unleash the beast.
After one look at the Indian-branded “” motorcycle concept bike by , it is easy to see how he incorporated the main characters in the Aliens movie franchise into the aesthetics. Using the specs on the Kawasaki Ninja as his framework, Bailey sought to design a bike that was rugged but maintained a sleek look—a mission he has certainly accomplished. I don’t know if the Speed Racer will ever go into production, but for a design with the balls to take elements from three iconic franchises (maybe four if you count TRON), the bike holds up well. But how do you sit on it?