Designer Joey Ruiter takes conventional and turns it on its proverbial head. Nothing could be more true about his radical style than his new Moto Undone, which looks more like a museum wall hanging than a motorcycle. The polished and artistically painted aluminum shell covers the entire bike with only the handlebars and footpegs protruding. It’s also completely electric, so there’s no exhaust, no gears or clutch, and no gas tank, making this type of design possible. Were it not for a separation in the hull to allow the Undone to actually turn, it would be a solid straight line machine, quite literally. The front and rear fascias house LED lights and turn signals in perforated form, and there’s a minimalist seat on top so you’re not just straddling a hard trapezoid. But it’s not all show with no practicality to the equation. The Undone has a 90-mile all-electric range powered by its 48-volt electrical system and can hit 30 mph for urban commutes. Just beware of both unscrupulous art thieves and strong crosswinds.