What you need to know
- Yolenzo built a gaming bicycle powered by an NVIDIA RTX 3070.
- The bicycle can run Cyberpunk 2077 and other modern games.
- Yolenzo claims that it's the 'world's first computer bicycle.'
The best PC cases may be the traditional way to house a powerful GPU like the NVIDIA RTX 3070, but Yolenzo decided to take a different route. The company created the Exo Giga Bike, which is a fully functional bicycle that's also a gaming PC. We're not sure if there's a lot of competition in that space, but Yolenzo says that the Exo Giga Bike is the 'world's first computer bicycle.'
While the form factor may seem funny, the bike's specs are nothing to laugh at. It runs on an Intel Core i5-11600KF, has 16GB of RAM, and runs on a GIGABYTE RTX 3070, which is one of the best GPUs. AORUS says that the gaming bike can run Cyberpunk 2077. Presumably, it can also run Doom.
It's important to keep yourself hydrated while biking around, but you won't be the only one keeping cool with liquid. The bike features water cooling to keep temperatures down. As we've never ridden a gaming bicycle before, we can't say if cycling will cool the system off with a breeze.
The Exo Giga Bike was commissioned by Gigabyte and Red Bull, and the project was supported by Intel, according to Yolenzo.
Yolenzo doesn't list a price for the Exo Giga Bike kit. Its website has a button to order an assembly, but it doesn't specify a price. It also doesn't state if you'd have to order the PC parts yourself, though that seems likely.
Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More questions than answers here. lol. Let's get the ball rolling with; Why is the bike so small? Actually, the first question is probably simply; Why?
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