Integration of body, frame and battery is intriguing. I’d like to have a closer look at that design….

How did Uhlarik build what almost certainly will be the lightest bike on the grid at any of the 14 races on the TTXGP calendar this year? He started from scratch. Whereas almost everyone else converted a conventional motorcycle, Uhlarik started with a clean sheet of paper. That allowed him to do something radical: The P1 doesn’t employ a traditional frame. The battery is the frame, and much of the bodywork as well.

“We’ve integrated the body, frame and battery into the same structure,” said Uhlarik.

(via Wired)

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