Behold one wacky bike for the further excellence of trick tracking across the X-Games world! The designer of this project has pulled out all the extras on this trick bike – even going so far as to remove the saddle seat! Because the designer recognizes that a bicycle is small enough to do some crazy tricks but limited by the power the rider can exert, while motorbikes have a bunch of power but are limited by their size, this project aims to cross the two.
The power the rider jams into the bike is now transformed into electric power. The rest of the bike is designed to be light – the frame being all tubes and carbon. The fork is inverted to integrate a front lens and a video camera for shooting from the first person point of view! This is wild. This is Hydromagnificence on Two Wheels by Charles-Edouard BERCHE. Ride it.
Wheelbase: 1084 mm
Steering angle: 68Â°
Seat tube angle: 71Â°
Length base: 420 mm
Length top tube: 530 mm
Fork and shocks: 140 mm
Frame: Aluminium tubular frame and carbon frame
Engine: Brushless engine
Designer: Charles-Edouard BERCHE