With rising petroleum prices, it only makes sense that we should look for other alternative forms of energy, which provide an easily accessible and environmentally efficient transportation systems. The Olive Public bike concept created by Turkish designer Arda Dalay is just such a concept that targets smaller cities with slower lifestyles.
Bikes are out kicking people and making hearts skip several beats with their beasty avatar. The assets, they come loaded with, are worth flaunting. Phil Pauley is out with a superbike named the Bullet, which is bound to give you goosebumps.
Minimalism seriously takes a new meaning with the L3 electric bike concept. Conceived by Columbian designer Camilo Parra Palacio specifically for a zero emission urban commute, its ultra-petite form with the uniquely curvaceous frame-seat combo, makes it a perfect mode of transportation for those congestion infested city roads and streets.
With ever-increasing traffic on roads, the personal means of transport is becoming popular day by day. But how about an EV, which can be snapped and carried anywhere? Keeping the pollution factor and traffic chocked roads in mind, designer Alan Fratoni has designed a compact means of transportation, dubbed the “Personal Electric Vehicle,” which allows clean and brisk commutation on packed out intercity roads.
The ardently imposing yet sumptuously refined electric chopper concept did seriously bamboozle our senses. Seeming like a glorious Batpod-esque offspring of Star Wars speeder bike and the Tron lightcycle, this in actuality is yet another wondrous conception from designer Peter Norris. Dubbed simply the Honda Chopper Concept, the subtly curvaceous demeanor of the chassis defined by an ultra-futuristic linear form, does speak of a myriad of influences starting from sci-fi literature of the 80’s to modern day bio-punk renditions seen in the Manga.