Did you know that 3D printing entire motorcycles is a thing now? Sure, we might be simplifying things just a little bit but it’s pretty much what the folks behind the Light Rider 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle has done. Although just a prototype for now, this incredible achievement in DIY 3D printing technology can already go from 0-28mph in just three seconds and hit a top speed of 50mph without ever needed a tank of gas.


Part of the reason why this motorcycle can hit such quick speeds despite its homemade construction is due to its remarkably light 77-pound weight, something which is made possible due to an organic frame structure that removes as much material as possible while still maintaining structural integrity and durability. That very frame is, just for your information, made from an aircraft-grade aluminum which is actually able to match titanium in terms of strength. Find out more about this exceptional bike below.

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