German Company Unveils the World’s First 3-D Printed Motorcycle

June 10, 2016 5:00 am
Light Rider Motorcycle
(Airbus APWorks)

German company Airbus APWorks has produced the world’s first 3-D printed motorcycle. Called the Light Rider, it’s lightweight, fully electric, and durable. To that end, the motorbike’s made out of the company’s Scalmalloy, a high-performance aluminum powder, which according to the company, is corrosion resistant and as strong as titanium. Riders will be able to hit 30 mph in three seconds, with a top speed of 50 mph. Pre-orders require a $2,268 deposit. List price will be about $57,000 without taxes. Pre-order a Light Rider here. Take a look at the motorcycle below.

(Airbus APWorks) (Airbus APWorks) (Airbus APWorks)

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