hookie’s electrical, sci-fi motorbike silver ANT is created precisely for racingApril 17, 2022
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Hookie’s new Drag-Racer
Subsequent the their initial reinterpretation of the CAKE ÖSA (see far more listed here), german workshop Hookie co
has unveiled the ‘Silver ANT’, an electric powered motorbike built precisely for racing. The tailor made design and style is inspired by sci-fi videos, Nascar vehicles and the spirit of the checkered flag. With its small sort and dynamic curves, the ‘Silver ANT’ is considerably away from the typical look of a motorcycle.
‘In 2019 the Swedish manufacturer Cake offered the Ösa as a new system,’ describes Hookie co. ‘The design and style is exclusive and attaches wonderful relevance to operation. For us, the ÖSA features the ideal playground to understand extremely different principles. We commence with our ANT collection suitable for the Cake ÖSA. With numerous bolt-on components, we create a great symbiosis of urban commuter and unique advertising and marketing platform for the ÖSA, e.g. for regional outlets or models.’all illustrations or photos courtesy of Hookie co
the exceptional qualities of the ‘Silver ANT’ Motorcycle
Hookie co developed the sci-fi encouraged ‘Silver ANT’ for Germany’s very first electric powered motorcycle racing series ‘The terrific S’. The personalized bicycle has special talents thanks to its ability to sprint. In addition, it will come with exclusive attributes such as a compact WiFi antenna that makes it appear far more like an autonomous motorbike drone. Technically, the Silver ANT is geared up with normal motor-battery components, but has been pushed to the optimum by means of changes to the motor handle. Meanwhile, the moto design and style company has embedded LED matrices with a resolution of 8x16px at the rear and at the front. These offer you the chance of taking part in different graphics and animations via an integrated Arduino package.
the ‘Silver ANT’ is designed with a minimum type and dynamic curves
its tailor made structure is impressed by sci-fi flicks and Nascar cars and trucks