Mobility Conquest, that is dedicated to improve the transportation methods for the disabled has now unveiled an all new motorcycle, that has been designed and developed especially for the physically disabled. The all new Conquest Wheelchair is powered by a 1170 CC BMW engine and comes with six forward gears and one reverse. This highly innovative motorcycle is capable to achieving a top speed of 105 mph and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 7.6 seconds. The Conquest Wheelchair is composed of a rear automatic ramp that allows the rider to mount the bike, with least minimum effort and one of the most astounding features of this bike is, that the rider never needs to get off his wheelchair. This incredible bike can accommodate a rider, the wheelchair and a passenger and the bike itself has been thoroughly road tested as well as meet all U.S safety standards.
The Orphiro, an electric bike that has been designed and developed to a complete carbon emission free bike that is powered by electricity. This gorgeous electric bike resembles the motorcycles of the yester years while the Orphiro has been engineered to provide a satisfactory cruising speed along with a respectable range.
The company behind this gorgeous bike also carries the same name and was founded by Alexander Steegh. Based in Netherlands, the Orphiro is powered by five lithium ion batteries that takes up to six and a half hours to recharge and can produce 72 volts of power. The Orphiro can attain a top speed of 75 mph and it took more than one and a half years of research and development for the bike to end up as a finished product. Yup...its on the open market so pick yours up today!
This breathtaking bike has been designed by Ankit Thapliyal, a budding designer from India.
This concept bike was never meant to be a real motorcycle- it was just an outlet for Ankit’s design exercise where he let his imagination go wild. For one, the bike is fuelled by atomic energy and also has an afterburner.
The wooden path, being built on Shifou Mountain in Hunan Province, will be just two miles long when it's complete. It will be walked by tourists and other visitors to the Chinese province - provided they have a good head for heights. The track will be the longest cliff face track in China and will give tourists truly incredible views of the land below. You'd want to have your coffee each morning before heading out to work!