What flaunts an atomic theme, a retro plunger suspension system, hydraulic torque transmission, and a body made out of bulletproof glass?
A bike, apparently… and the burden of this factor have to be insane.
This specific species of idea is like none I’ve ever seen – and I’ve seen my justifiable share. From Bob Maddox’s Harley-style jet bike we coated again in January to the 48-cylinder Kawasaki designed to get within the Guinness Guide of World Data, the drive to do one thing totally different continues fostering a fantastically intriguing nook of our good Powersports business.
The mastermind behind this specific construct belongs to a Mikhail Smolyanov, who partnered with LBM workshop to make the not possible doable.
“The motion gasoline tank is clear with blue LED backlighting emulating Cherenkov radiation,” Smolyanov provides in DesignBoom’s protection.
“The radiators’ fins resemble the form of gasoline components for a nuclear reactor.”
As for the glass, we see a number of layers piled towards one another, making a ballistic pile of fairly designed to point out the internal workings of the machine.
Smolyanov’s splendid engine for the Nu’Clear would purportedly be “a boxer engine or electrical motor unit,” although the sheer weight of this bike (and the truth that the vast majority of zero-emission bikes’ weight is the battery) makes the latter unlikely.
As it’s, the present coronary heart donor is that of a Ural.
There are a number of designs, too; with various options displaying modifications to the chassis and under-tail the addition of a hydraulic torque transmission system appears idyllic…although the unforgiving cafe racer ergonomics and lack of saddle cushioning seem to stay.
Now all that’s left is to get somebody to swing a leg over.