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Believe it or not, this electric motorcycle actually works, and you can own it

Alan Cross spends his days as a veterinary orthopedic surgeon, but when he heads to his garage his precise skill set is applied to a different kind of beast. Cross built this gorgeous electric motorcycle by himself, and even though it looks like a hollow shell to the untrained eye, it's actually a marvel of engineering. The bike, which is called the ExoDyne, sports an all-electric powerplant comprised of a whopping 48 individual lithium-ion batteries which are housed in the wide, thin main body.
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