The “Snowmobile” is a concept belonging to British Designer Evangelos Gicas, who drew it as a combination between current snowmobiles and MotoGP racing bikes. This is only in theory because our friends at Gizmodo practically see it as a “Sperm-Shaped Snowmobile” and while we have to admit that the human machinery was always a trendsetter, urgent protection methods are required.

Long, low and sleek, the Snowmobile concept will supposedly offer a riding position similar to that of a supersports motorcycle, but we can’t see how this can be an advantage considering the fact that, unlike its inspiration sources, this thing doesn’t offer riders the possibility to lift themselves in a fairly upright riding position when braking or, in this case, trying to see and avoid dangers in time. Still, it looks like it can start an avalanche from a standstill and that’s why we like it so much.

Snowmobile concept needs a condom
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Snowmobile concept needs a condom
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Snowmobile concept needs a condom
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Source: thedesignblog via gizmodo

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5 comments:

  (507) posted on 08.16.2012

From this crappy look snowmobile to a more innovative one. But if there’s nothing like this existed, I think the idea would never created until now.

  (515) posted on 03.7.2010

Well, the thing is that racing on a hard pavement and racing on snow is not the same thing. You can ride that low for aerodynamics for Moto GP races but it will be difficult to maneuver the bike if you were on your snowmobile.

  (406) posted on 02.22.2010

Well, the thing is that racing on a hard pavement and racing on snow is not the same thing. You can ride that low for aerodynamics for Moto GP races but it will be difficult to maneuver the bike if you were on your snowmobile.

Rod  (825) posted on 10.18.2009

You don’t need a condom while riding this baby just make sure you got your safety gear.smiley

Rod  (89) posted on 10.13.2009

Great colors. You too can own the snow tadpole or the snow sperm

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