It's no surprise that unlike gasoline-powered bikes, electric motorcycles allow for design changes in previously unimaginable ways. This Guido Electric Custom from Moscow's Box39 is a proof.
At first glance, this design looks nothing like a motorcycle, but this is a working electric two-wheeler. Guido Electric Custom was created to highlight the skills of Box39 and its exceptional team of enthusiastic craftsmen led by Vlad Belyakov.
The Guido's bespoke elements were developed and manufactured using a Haas 5-axis CNC milling machine, explaining the flawless fit and quality. When you take a closer look at Box39's one-of-a-kind work, more and more questions begin to arise. For instance, that gigantic turbine is the front wheel, and it's a whopping 30 inches. The sophisticated front wheel alone required more than 200 hours of manufacturing effort.
The Guido's bodywork is entirely constructed of aluminum and was handcrafted. A 17-inch rear tire, adjustable suspension, and a fully functional electric engine and battery are hidden beneath the sleek aesthetics.
Box39 Guido Electric Custom is presently for sale on Iconic Motorbike Auctions with a starting bid of USD 16,050 and is situated in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. While being a rideable machine, this bike is not road-legal because it doesn't meet any safety regulations.