Electric motorbike concept types for series production
Type 601 Alien
A new higher performance 6-series, the Type 601 first defines our upgrade philosophy by customising factory production using 3d printing to fabricate the parts that facilitate the re-engineering of the bike. The goal is on the batteries being recyclable and consumption being so low that you can effectively ride around just from solar power.
Author:Neil Eamonn Smith, Jason Wu, Eric Fude, April Cao
Type 402 La Boheme
A lighter version moped with 200km range. Conceived together with a brand name 'La Boheme'. It's identity is the idea of a cheap, easy, lifestyle of wandering around and having fun. To make it as affordable as possible, the basic donor bike is a well-tested Honda design from the 1980s and the method of reconstruction goes back to early aircraft designs of the 1920s. The final working prototype is patented and could be homologated for sale at a very affordable price.
Author:Daniel Skotak, Radka Krajičkova, Vaclav Svitil, Kateřina Novotna, Robin Mazánek
Type 401 NNN
A first thought at how to construct a new low-performance Type 4-series of mopeds based on the idea of offering slower city speed and range. The final design was going to be a naked bike, but ended up not being naked at all. Hence the name. It should be possible to go 400km on this bike and charge it overnight. Why 400km? We believe 400km is the most anyone would wish to go on a motorbike in a day.
Type 507 Cyberscooter
The Tesla Cybertruck isn't for quick trips around town. Our idea was to design a matching Cyberscooter that could be carried on its back, and even charged there. This way you can use the advantage of the Cybertruck for long distance trips and the Cyberscooter for the 'last mile' where congestion and parking are problems.
Type 506 Čezeta Production
After EU homologation and with investor funding to setup factory production, a first-series of 60 bikes were manufactured in 2 years until the project closed at the end of 2020. We're currently looking for a buyer to continue development of another series of this beautiful Czech scooter.
Author:Neil Eamonn Smith, Martin Parak, Vít Přecechtěl, Libor Vaňous, Matěj Oliva, Roman Travnicek, Lada Prasil, Ctirad Fertr, TUV Prague, CVUT Dejvice, Crowdberry CZCB1 investors
Type 506 Čezeta Parts
Project to develop, manufacture and homologate a new upgrade of the Cezeta scooter. The frame, body and brakes to the electronics and instruments were made locally in the Czech Republic for this rebirth. The monocoque frame was redesigned for easier future upgrading. It pioneered some novel technology to select modes and recuperate with the throttle.
Author:Neil Eamonn Smith, Michal Šusta, Ctirad Feřtr, Jan Koblížek, Lukaš Snopek, Keith Johnstone