When it comes to concept vehicles that are more in the prototype space, you can have fun with the designs, but you still have to keep your eyes on something that could actually be produced. If you’re designing concepts in the digital space that will likely never see the street–like the work designer and creative Dennis Sedov does–the only limit is your imagination. The Sedov B1 motorcycle is a low slung, decidedly uncomfortable and yet gorgeously symmetrical bike that oozes style and interesting design elements. It honestly kind of reminds us of a cross between the Ferrari V4 concept motorcycle and the motorcycle from Akira with an even more Sci-Fi, murdered design. As this is purely a digital rendering, there are no specs to discuss. If someone were to attempt to make this reality–assuming, of course they could conquer their fear of riding it with their face inches from the moving front tire–the cutout midsection all but requires individual electric motors in the wheels. But again, this isn’t about feasibility, this is about a sky is the limit kind of design. It delivers.