San Francisco-based Frog Design published images of an new electric motorcycle theory, just as it’s influential Yamaha FZ750-based Rana concept gets enshrined along at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Frog builder Jin Soek Hwang prepared the Frog eBike idea as an appearance of how electric engine technology is going to influence motorcycle design. Within a post in Frog’s blog, this builder shows he was initially inspired just by Frog’s 85 FZ750 Rana concept (imagined after the jump).

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The Frog Rana was built by the company’s founder Hartmut Esslinger and made the covers with magazines from Cycle World to Business Week. This iconic Rana style and design was powerful for its time period, helping resulted in design of the Honda Surprise.

The new electric strategy is underlined by the large open space or room where one would expect to find a traditional motorcycle engine, symbolically symbolizing the manufacturing shift out of internal combustion ability to electric.

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The eBike’s electric powerplant is actually perfectly located at the hubless rear tire. The battery packs would be based in the lower section of the chassis beneath open room, helping more affordable the center of severity. The handlebars are repaired to the platform so instead of physically moving the front end, the eBike utilizes electronic fly-by-wire steering. Other features contain , an OLED a digital display and on the internet connectivity. This Frog eBike would be plus a helmet with heads-up display by using retina tracking.