Remember Josh Probst with his MAYA concept? This guy was a hit on our social media. Meanwhile he graduated magna cum laude and has now been nominated for the James Dyson Award. This is his chance to get some funding to bring MAYA to the market. So please, give him your vote. I want to ride that motorcycle …

Maya designed and built by Josh Probst | Electric Motorcycles News
Josh Probst presenting MAYA at the University of Houston

Josh: “Hi Everyone! I’m happy to announce MAYA is in the running for the James Dyson award! Please click the link because every view counts as a vote!!! So share this with your friends and fellow riders. Thank you all for the support!

Clicking = voting!

https://www.jamesdysonaward.org/en-US/2019/project/maya-1/

What is the James Dyson Award?

James Dyson Awward - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News

The James Dyson Award is an international design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers. It’s open to current and recent design engineering students, and is run by the James Dyson Foundation, James Dyson’s charitable trust, as part of its mission to get young people excited about design engineering.

MAYA project

James Dyson Award - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News
MAYA the Most Advanced Yet Adaptable
James Dyson Award - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News
The Metal parts ready to be assembled and make MAYA’s modular frame.
James Dyson Award - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News
MAYA allows an infinite amount of different motorcycle models by only changing three components.
James Dyson Award - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News
The handle detail on the propulsion component. Simply lift up and slide in to power MAYA.
James Dyson Award - Maya - Josh Probst - Electric Motorcycles News
MAYA’s modular frame fully assembled. With seat structure & propulsion component structure attached.

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