More concept artists are gradually displaying their work including two-wheelers. Electrification is well underway in the motorbike sector, because to the growing popularity of sustainable mobility. One designer aims to imbue the gorgeous form of superbikes onto the Aeolian, an environmentally friendly motorcycle.
Those who are familiar with Greek mythology will recognize the name as being associated with Aeolus, the deity of the wind. Given how these legendary deities are said to influence the arts, the Aeolian takes on the shape of its namesake. Furthermore, you’re looking at a design that is both muscular and streamlined.
Because of the seat shape and attitude, riders are encouraged to go all out. Regrettably, it stays a render for the time being, and no one can actually test it. Prathmesh Banubakde, on the other hand, provides extensive photographs of the electric hyperbike.
We get to see the Aeolian’s naked frame and important sections in a few of images. A huge battery pack, the CPU, alternator, electric motor, and radiator are all housed in the trellis frame and frameplate. It also has a monoshock suspension and a single-sided swingarm.
On the Aeolian, we also get to witness USD forks with slotted rotors and a Brembo brake setup. The saddle is supported by a black subframe with LED brake lights and turn signals that match the curve of the tail. Meanwhile, exposed carbon fiber parts can be found in the composite body.
It features a one-of-a-kind headlight that blends a rectangular unit with an interior vertical element. The Aeolian’s aerodynamic profile is further enhanced by carbon fiber winglets on the fairing. Finally, it’s mounted on a set of five-spoke wheels with race-ready rubber.
Images courtesy of Prathmesh Banubakde