Airbus Creates First 3D Printed Motorcycle

May 20, 2016

Airbus Creates First 3D Printed Motorcycle

We've seen 3D Printed Bikes and Cars, why not something in the middle?  Well, a subsidiary of Airbus called APWorks has created the world's first 3D Printed motorcycle, weighing out to a total of 77 pounds. Introducing, the Light Rider. 

The Light Rider is built by Scalmalloy material which was developed by APWorks, and is powered by a 6 kW electric motor - making it 30% lighter than the average e-motorcycle.

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