Designer Dennis Sedov’s first foray into motorcycle architecture takes the concept of ‘chopped’ to a whole new extreme. The minimalistic design, dubbed the B1, is technically a cafe racer thanks to its flat profile, low-slung handlebars, and overall disregard for comfort. What it lacks in ergonomics, it makes up for in style. Flawlessly symmetrical, the aesthetic balances smooth body curves with straight edges and sharp details like triangular tail lights. The focal point of the design, however, is a center section completely void of anything. This highlights the bike’s electric DNA and leaves the imagination to contemplate the source of its power.
Designer: Dennis Sedov