21 Mar
ART-TIC revives the Spanish racebike, in electric mode...

We’ve seen Spanish racebike manufacturer OSSA stage a comeback after a 3-decade hiatus with its TR 280i Trial Bike, but now Barcelona-based design team ART-TIC have penned a vintage-inspired electric bike based on an earlier famed 2-wheeler by OSSA. Spanish rider Santiago Herrero made the original OSSA Monocasco famous, but then fatally crashed in the 1970 Isle of Mann TT race. So ART-TIC started off with the original monocoque-style racer — which combines the body and chassis to form a single unit — as a base for its EV and went from there. It even has a removable fairing, as you can see in photos after the Jump. A beautiful design, although so far pretty light on details such as powertrain and battery.

More looks of the OSSA Monocasco Concept Electric Bike after the Jump…

via Yanko

One Response to “OSSA Monocasco Concept Electric Bike”

  1. […] lot of beautiful concept electric motorcycles popping up from studios around the world, such as the OSSA Monocasco Concept, the Honda RC-E, The Orphiro, zecOO and BPG Motors Uno III motorcycle/Segway hybrid. Adding to […]

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