There are many 3-wheelers out there which offer weird and bad design with many exposed elements, some even difficult to lean into corners. But not the Iranian motorcycle designer, Mohammad Ghezel graduate from University of Science and Technology of Iran introducing three-wheeled vehicle named TriMove Motorbike which probably inspired from the today three wheel vehicles such as Piaggio MP3 or Can-Am Spyder.
This motorcycle is carrying two wheels in the front and one wheel in the back. By carrying out the hubless rim design both on the front and rear wheels, using electromechanical devices that make TriMove Motorbike features narrow body that provides agility and aerodynamic styling you would expect from a fierce motorbike. The movement of each wheel remained stable in both the fast straight roads or when turning a corner.
|TriMove Motorbike designed by Mohammad Ghezel. (Picture from: http://www.tuvie.com/)|
|The TriMove Motorbike with stable and balance design even when it’s not moving. (Picture from: http://www.yankodesign.com/)|
|The TriMove Motorbike's dashboard with 2 LCD displays which serves as the panel to see any information about the bike such as current speed, battery life and time. (Picture from: http://www.tuvie.com/)|