3D printing has really come a long way over the last few years, with the technology being used in various fields such as medicine, sports and even in the automotive industry. Representing a perfect example of high-end 3D printing technology is the Light Rider, which is a completely 3D printed motorcycle created by AP Works – an Airbus subsidiary.
The bike was put together using something called Scalmalloy, which was mainly used for the lightweight, tough and anticorrosive frame. That being said, this isn’t the most powerful two-wheeler out there, and that’s because it features a top speed of 50 mph while its battery ensures a 35-mile range. Still, considering that it weighs just 77 pounds, this thing is going to be fast enough for quick trips around the city. The $56,100 price tag could be considered steep by some potential buyers, though.