The conceptual 'Skeleton' electric bike has been designed by Gary Liao as an eco-friendly transportation solution that works to mimic the human body's bone structure. The electric bike maintains an upright riding position that calls to mind Dutch-style bikes that are built for short commutes in urban areas, while also making it easier to maneuver in tighter spaces. The bone pillar maintains a hollow construction yet still provides a strength that is similar to concrete and steel.
The conceptual 'Skeleton' electric bike can be switched between speed-assist modes through the mid-mounted motor that provides power to the rear wheel. The battery is fit into the rear of the frame similar to a diskette, which makes it easier for riders to remove and recharge at the end of the day.