The designers at Peugeot took a break from sketching cars to work on a bike project. The results obviously show the team started with a fresh sheet of paper. The B1K is a concept race bike is constructed of carbon fiber and is powered with a chainless drive. Those are probably the only two features remotely comparable to bikes of today. The rear rim is hubless, gaining an areodynamic advantage. Both wheels forgo the traditional tire and tube in place of a rubber sleeve stretched over the rim.
The bike also incorporates some clever lights in the handle bars and one that drops down from the rear rim support.