The World’s First 3-D Printed Electric Motorcycle

It’s like something out of a futuristic movie. According to APWorks, the world has been introduced to the first 3D-printed street bike.

The Light Rider is made out of Scalmalloy, an aluminum alloy as strong as titanium; weighs 30 percent less than other e-motorcycles; is emissions-free; and is powered by a 6-kilowatt electric motor.

This street bike has a top speed of 50 miles per hour and a range of 37 miles on one battery charge. This one-of-a-kind bike won’t be easy to come by as only 50 are slated to be produced at this time, and the overall total to the German-made wonder is around $56,000.

The Light Rider—street bike of the future.

apworks.de/en

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