The Street-Legal K-Pteron

By: Alex Covert - Published:   Updated: Apr 7 2011 • References: deveze-design.perso.neuf.fr & coolbuzz.org
Designed by Alain Deveze, the K-pteron is part motorcycle, part sidecar, and part quad. The front and side wheels all turn as one to provide a balanced ride. It sort of looks like a lawnmower or perhaps a giant set of training wheels to me. Other than stability, I'm not sure what the advantage is over a traditional motorcycle.

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