Daniel Gunnarsson’s UMEA University BA thesis, called the Royal Enfield Pioneer, was developed in collaboration with Yovinn. The motorcycle concept aims to help people by creating a more humane driving experience — an experience that is more about the feeling of freedom and speed than about noise and vibrations.
By using self-balancing technology and an autonomous mode, the bike allows an inexperienced rider to enjoy real motorcycle riding. The balancing technology will work as an effective stability, grip and braking system.
Gunnarsson began by exploring the next generation of non-combustion engines and the application of new materials and how they can affect the design of a motorcycle. This research resulted in a vehicle that has a sixth sense.
This motorcycle is about promoting motorcycle riding, always reaching new goals and self-evolution.