We have seen and intrigued by many custom PC builds, including one that’s “drivable”. Now meet one that’s rideable, or should I say, cycle-able. Folks, meet the Yolenzo Exo Giga Bike, a so-called “computer bicycle” and yes, it is totally rideable.
With the Yolenzo Exo Giga Bike, there’s no case to talk about here. Because, the “PC” is built onto a BMW Rocker bicycle. In other words, all components that needed for a personal computer to work are stuck to a bicycle without actually altering the bicycle’s functionality.
Yolenzo Exo Giga Bike [RU] is a handiwork of Russian-based shop Yolenzo, created in collaboration with Red Bull, Intel, and GIGABYTE’s gaming sub-brand, Aorus. So, yeah, it is a gaming rig.
On the frame, the Yolenzo Exo Giga Bike has a 11th-Gen Intel Core i5 11600 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GPU, 32 GB of RAM and 2 TB NVMe SSD mounted to a Z590 mainboard.
Fun fact, the donor bike is from a Red Bull staff from Russia and it wasn’t originally in orange as you have seen here.
Here’s a prove of it is totally rideable:
Image: Instagram (@aorus_official).