There are motorcycle designers and then there’s Dennis Sedov. We are fully aware of the fact that his creations are only digital prototypes that have next to no chance of ever being produced, but even that realization can’t stop us from picturing ourselves on them blasting down the PCH. His latest creation is the B3, a motorcycle concept that somehow seamlessly blends a bicycle style feel with futuristic design. The overall symmetrical design, gaping midsection and capsule style from his previous work like the B1 motorcycle concept has been replaced with an almost tool-like design that splits in the middle and has single-sided swingarms (if you can really call them that) for the front and rear wheels. It appears from the designs that the entire front of the bike needs to be turned with the bike style bars in order to change direction, which is right in the wheelhouse of what we’d expect in terms of Sedov craziness. Add to that the lack of wiring, no buttons or levers and no visible motor. It’s one more Sedov classic that we’d happily take for a test drive safety be damned.