What is going on in your mind by cycling? You can ride a bicycle almost anywhere, at any time of the year, and without spending a fortune. Now a sustainable twist in our concept, that the new design concept thinks on the lines of ultimate eco-friendliness. A group of engineers and designers in Thailand have developed a bike that actually cleans polluted air while cruising down the street and generates oxygen by way of photosynthesis. The air-purifier bike currently exists only in concept, developed by Bangkok’s Lightfog Creative & Design Company. In theory, its aluminum frame would run on a “photosynthesis system” that generates oxygen through a reaction between water and electric power from a lithium-ion battery. The Aluminium frame has the power to transform sunlight into energy so as to run the oxygen-producing fuel cell battery. Between the handlebars is placed a filter that would take out particulate matter from the air and release clean air towards the rider. While the air purifier bike might exist comfortably as an idea. Right now a prototype of the bike hasn’t yet been developed, but that didn’t stop the innovative new design from recently winning a Red Dot award 2013. While many of the technical details aren’t completely fleshed out yet. ‘Silawat Virakul’, ‘Torsakul Kosaikul’, and ‘Suvaroj Poosrivongvanid’ are the designers behind the award-winning idea.