Austrian custom shop Vagabund has created bespoke components for everything from Porsches, fully-custom motorcycles, and even the occasional Lada. Vagabund's latest project is based on the KTM E-CX, an electric dirt bike and the shop's first-ever electric build. Dubbed the Freeride, Vagabund used additive manufacturing to create angular, creased bodywork that has become Vagabund's signature look. The kit includes a new front plate, custom front and rear side covers, and a tank cover. A new notched seat is covered in Alcantara and an aluminum license plate holder mounted to the swingarm. The project is currently a one-off build and for sale on Vagabund's website, but with many of the parts being 3D-printed, the potential exists for series production in the future.