I think you have to think about this as a design concept, not as an actual motorcycle. Because as a motorcycle it’s a really bad idea.
I’m talking about Joey Ruiter’s creation, which he calls Moto Undone. It’s a 1000w, 48v electric cycle that is intentionally designed to “ignore what makes motorcycles interesting.” That is to say, it’s essentially a shiny, reflective box with two wheels. I’m sorry I don’t have a photo to show you here, but I didn’t want to just take one from his site without asking. You can visit Ruiter’s site and see for yourself here.
While the Moto Undone is not a bike anyone would be likely to want to ride, what makes it such a bad idea is that the reflective, flat nature of its sides effectively render it almost invisible. Ruiter’s site has shots of him on the bike going down a country road and you see the fields behind him while on the side of the bike you see the field on the other side of the road. As riders we all know how hard it is for some people to see us even with reflective gear and lights and such. A bike that disappears into the landscape is insane.
Of course, it’s insane only if you intend to really ride the thing. As I said in the beginning, you have to think of this as a design concept. Ruiter is a designer by profession. He apparently decided to have some fun. And if his fun brings some attention to his design business then so much the better. Hey, I’ve done my share to help him out in that regard by telling you about this. But you know, it’s worth going to his site to see the thing.