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Wayback Machine

Even in KTM’s extensive line of all-things-bike, this hill climbing concept would undoubtedly be the most rugged of them all. However, it’s not fat tires that set it apart. Designed for extreme downhill racing competitions, it features an innovative frame and seat system that takes form inspiration from vintage sport motos and incorporates modern tech for enhanced riding ergonomics.

The system instantly adjusts the seat height and position depending on the angle of the frame when a rider jumps, twists or turns. Other electric features include pedal energy recovery, integrated headlights for night racing, and a front mounted instrument panel that displays a digital compass, speed and other ride stats.

Designer: Guilherme Kataoka

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( H/T: Yanko Design )

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