A motorcycle concept that’s inspired by a vacuum cleaner brand? It’s been almost ten years since James Dyson’s electronic devices company first introduced its bladeless fan! Referred to as Dyson Air Multiplier, it shook in the tech world using its unusual characteristic: it didn’t have visible blades. The outcome gone through by this innovation has been felt to this day, as observed in Saharudin Busri’s Dyson Inspired Concept Motorcycle. Though it’s still an idea, it did incite a real excitement whenever we first had a peek at the look! Mimicking concept motorcycle Dyson’s bladeless fan, Busri made the decision to get rid of the spokes from the wheel from his bike, departing the middle of the wheel completely hollow. An additional homage to Dyson is always that the engine can also be inspired through the appearance from the motor we have seen in many of their vacuums like the latest V11 model.
A flowing strip of metal comprises the fairing from the bike, extending up until the engine space allow it a sleek and cohesive look. Blue, silver, and red were the designer’s colors of preference, with hues of black and three slim lines developing the front lights, giving us a Tron- inspired feeling. The brake light is interesting because it gives the look of the floating dyson concept motorcycle design. The tire treads contain an unconventional dotted pattern. It makes sense a lean, mean machine which has all of the appearance of the designer we adore and also the advanced appeal we crave. Although the seat does look just a little uncomfortable, we have to admire the truth that what began off like a mere sketch, was changed into this gorgeous render which has us amazed that at some point, hopefully, we see this like a fully functioning motorbike!