Designer Roberto Bertrand has envisioned a futuristic bike concept with an aim to strengthen social networking in an age where long distance commutes keeps foiling your plans to meet friends and relatives. The ergonomic design dubbed as “PeopleFix” has been developed using ZB rush process and features wireless steering that looks like a mobile device.
The user can maneuver the sleek bike using handheld steering that does not have to be moved right or left but instead operates in a 350 fluid motion. Just in case the user felt tired of holding the device in hand the steering that features all the controls could always be connected to the handle.
The lightweight concept boasts of an interactive user interface and GPS control to help the rider navigate through heavy traffic. The fuel efficient bike can fit people of all sizes and gets started at the push of a button from the handle.
Cheers Roberto Bertrand!