Designer: Tryi Yeh
Riding a motorcycle indisputably gives more pleasure (rather thrill) than any other mode of commutation on the road, but risk is a dark factor, two-wheelers cannot do without. However, designer Tryi Yeh has come up with a three-wheeled motorcycle that featuring a windshield promises to negate the risk factor from your ride. Named “Protector,” the latest motorcycle from Taiwan presents a steady and sharp design, which makes your ride safe even without lessening the thrilling element from it. Especially designed for women and young riders, the Protector can stretch (to accommodate another person) as well as reduce (for easy parking) its length that makes it ideal for crowded city roads. While its yellow and white body illuminates during night hours, making your presence felt on the road.