Joey Ruiter Strips Down Two-Wheelers with the Moto Undone

By: Matt Ho - Published: Sep 10, 2011 • References: jruiter & core77
One glance at the Moto Undone by Joey Ruiter will tell you that it's not a conventional motorbike. There is no missing its extremely unconventional design.

The Moto Undone is an unusual motorcycle that actually doesn't even look like a bike. The gas tank, gauge and even the pipes are basically nowhere to be found. The whole idea for this strange two-wheeler was to strip away the "historical attributes that make them so great," according to Ruiter. So instead, the design goes for a boxy, silver design that's never been seen before in the world of motorbikes. Under the hood is a 1000w 48v electric hub motor that gives it a range of 90 miles (three hours). Riding information such as speed and GPS is displayed through a smartphone through an app. Stats for Boxy Minimalist Motorbikes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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