Commissioned by the Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery in Dallas, Texas, Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto is back at it again, creating highly innovative pieces of rolling art for display. Inspired by George Roy’s French 1929 Majestic, Fuller looks back into the past once more to conceptualize an e-bike, nothing short of futuristic and visionary.
Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto Visualises 2029 in a Piece of Rolling Art
Fully enclosed within a sculptured aluminum body, the 2029 Futuristic electric motorcycle incorporates hub-centric steering attached to a front swing-arm, clear polycarbonate wheels and 3D-printed titanium parts. Paving the way for next level design elements and intricacies which up till today were a challenge to handcraft, the 2029 was constructed over a zero motorcycle FXS electric bike with a range of 100 miles and 78 ft/lbs of torque.
Sharing similar dimensions as the original Majestic, Bryan Fuller decisively flipped the 2029’s chassis upside down, uniquely modifying each battery such that its motor aligned with the 23-inch wheels, for an increased visual appeal.
Finished with a tinted blue hue inside parts of the bike’s body, the unconventional 2029 will go on display alongside over 190 other one-of-a-kind motorcycles, built from 1901 up till present day – and two other Fuller Moto bikes, the ShoGun and the Chief Ambassador.
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