The Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery in Dallas, Texas has an extensive collection of over 200 unique motorcycles ranging from 1899 to the present, 50 of which are one-of-a-kind. Now, it’s adding one more to the set – a beautiful custom electric motorcycle, featuring 3D printed titanium parts, built by Atlanta, Georgia-based Fuller Moto.
The museum commissioned the company to develop a futuristic concept in the style of the French 1929 Majestic motorcycle to join the rest of the Fuller Moto bikes on display there. We’ve seen a lot of amazing custom 3D printed motorcycles over the years , but nothing quite like this. Fuller Moto’s 2029 is a true work of art. “We know we are doing something that has never been done before,” Bobby Haas, collector and owner of the Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery, said in a blog post about the 2029 . […]
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