Taras Kravtchouk considers the circular economy like a chain, with mobility being one of its links. For someone who didn’t know motorcycles from a professional standpoint, but rather as an aficionado, he certainly asked the right questions: How can one produce bikes in the same place they are sold at? How can one replace engines without compromising the original bike? How to go along with new technologies, and which eco-friendly materials can meet the criteria of mobility products? In his Brooklyn atelier, Taras draws a comprehensive bill of specifications he intends not to contravene. A few items on the list: Full compatibility of engine and batteries, green leather, 3D-printing, technology that can be updated via a software, Brooklyn-based production, neo-vintage design, and above all groundbreaking performances. Equipped with a new-generation battery, this motorbike goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 3,8 seconds and runs with a 200km autonomy. It also recharges up to 80% in only an hour. With an average price of 20,000 euros, this one-of-a-kind motorbike is an opportunity not to miss!