Instead of a typical motorcycle, this bike looks like it came straight out of the future. And that's precisely what the designers intended, as they wanted to highlight the variety in the layout.
There is a widespread trend in the design industry right now to consider nontraditional power sources and push the envelope beyond standard practice. Equally futuristic was the concept of a hydrogen bike, developed by Anton Brousseau, Anton Guzhov, and Andre Taylforth. The Hydra Bike doesn't need a battery because it can generate its power from hydrogen. Motorrad.de (German motorcycle magazine) says the drive is powered by a fuel cell.
While batteries have been around for a long time, hydrogen's ability to provide power directly is a relatively recent development. The designers' vision for the Hydra Bike is one in which chemical reaction energy is used directly, and this goal creates the bike's structure. The core idea of the variable will be discussed. From this skeleton, unique motorcycles can be built, including but not limited to choppers, enduros, and café racers.
Some will be captivated by the Hydra Bike - hydrogen motorcycle, while others will be taken aback. However, many technical hurdles remain before seeing such a vehicle on the street daily. We know that everyone will be in awe when the Hydra bike finally hits the streets.
The next step in motorcycle development: hydrogen and fuel cells? There are a few specific questions that need to be answered first. But even as a futuristic concept, the Hydra Bike is fascinating. Still, I do believe that an electric bike is the best option.