Designer Joey Ruiter and his firm jruiter I.D. have no problem tearing up the rulebook. From bicycles to boats, cars, and furniture, there's nothing Ruiter is afraid to try — with results that rewrite expectations. One of Ruiter's latest designs is the Moto Undone, an all-electric urban motorcycle with styling unlike anything we've ever seen. A rectangular, polished aluminum shell houses all the mechanicals, broken only by a zig-zag shape to allow the front wheel to rotate, hand grips and footpegs, and a slight indention for the seat. The front and rear are perforated and house LED head, brake, and turn signal lighting. Moto Undone is powered by a 1500w 48v electrical system, allowing 90 miles of range and a top speed of 30 MPH. The specs might not get the blood pumping, but as a rolling work art, the Moto Undone delivers.