If NASA were to build a motorcycle, what would it look …

Starting life as a lunar motorcycle concept sketch by Russian designer Andrew Fabishevskiy, designer Nico von Hookie (of Hookie Co) took notice, and instantly wanted to turn the NASA dream into a reality. Thus, the Hookie Tardigrade has lift-off.

Dubbed the Tardigrade after the micro ‘water bear’ that can survive in the extreme conditions of space, the NASA dream-bike won’t actually make it to the moon, instead headed straight for the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. 

But that doesn’t mean it wasn’t constructed to a high standard. The German-based moto designers built this to theoretically explore the moon’s surface: the rider is able to utilise the framework to carry varying equipment, with an imposed speed limit of 9 mph and range of around 70 miles – that’s pretty good for space. 

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