Meet the futuristic 2029 electric motorcycle built by Atlanta-based Fuller Moto. The one-off motorcycle is inspired by the classic French 1929 Majestic and was commissioned by Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery in Dallas, Texas. The museum is home to over 200 unique motorcycles from 1899 to the present, 50 of which are one-of-a-kind, and the 2029 motorbike is the latest to join the collection. The idea behind the unique motorcycle was to create a futuristic interpretation of the 1929 Majestic from 100 years later while preserving the overall torpedo design of the French motorbike which was ahead of its time. Created by Bryan Fuller and his team at Fuller Moto, the revolutionary 2029 motorbike features the 1929 Majestic’s fully enclosed sculptured body, hub-centric steering, and sleek lines. However, the futuristic concept was built using cutting-edge modern technology to obtain intricacies that were difficult to hand craft. The 2029 gets light-weight 3D-printed titanium parts, transparent polycarbonate wheels, and an electric powertrain.
We know we are doing something that has never been done before,” Bobby Haas, collector and owner of the Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery, said in a blog post about the 2029. “There is no actual blueprint. We are not doing a production cycle. We are doing a piece of work that is rolling art. It is unique.” The motorcycle used a Zero Motorcycle FXS electric bike as a foundation for the 2029 concept; the powertrain offers a range of 100 miles and 78 ft-bs of torque. The chassis was flipped and modified along with repositioning the battery to attain the sweeping design of the motorcycle and fit massive 23-inch wheels. The chassis, front stabilizer arm, and the steering plate, were all 3D-printed using titanium. Before going on display in the Haas Museum’s Custom Shop, the Fuller Moto 2029 will make its public debut at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show
[Via – Designboom]