The Standbike is an unusual extreme scooter design that axes the seats so that the rider must stand up, brace and balance on his or her own. According to OhGizmo, a 250 ccm Aprilia engine gives the Standbike a top speed of 87 MPH.
The Standbike isn't street legal without its optional seat accessory. Check out some other incredible scooters in the related articles below.
Implications - Extreme products are highly popular for consumers who are looking to outdo their friends and fellow consumers. Companies that can create high-impact products should market their items towards consumers who appreciate dramatic designs and are willing to spend more for extreme features.
The Standbike Lets You Whip Around at Up to 87 MPH
1. Extreme Sports Vehicles - Creating powerful and unique designs for extreme sport enthusiasts seeking the thrill of speed and risk.
2. Alternative Transportation - Offering alternatives to traditional forms of transportation, such as scooters, that appeal to consumers seeking efficient and fun modes of travel.
3. Stand-up Transportation - Developing stand-up designs for vehicles, like scooters, that require balance and skill, catering to adventurous consumers seeking unique experiences.
1. Automotive - The automotive industry can create innovative and high-impact vehicles that appeal to consumers seeking extreme modes of transportation.
2. Sports and Recreation - The sports and recreation industry can market products that cater to the adventurous consumer seeking unique and exciting experiences through extreme sports and activities.
3. Urban Transportation - The urban transportation industry can explore alternative modes of transportation, such as stand-up scooters, that appeal to consumers seeking efficient and fun ways to travel in urban areas.