Hands-on multidisciplinary design abilities
Red Dot Award
Statement of the jury:
The design of the Inokim OX electric scooter reflects its high level of mobility. The powerfully crafted frame and the suspension system in the rear wheel convey dynamics and reliability.
Good Design Award
A Design Award
Taipei Design Award
The OZO Z-Frame e-bike won three design awards in 2019-2020 for its unique, outstanding, and iconic visual effects. The Z-shape frame houses all bicycle components, such as the seat, pedals, T-bar, and wheels.
Nimrod Riccardo Sapir
Is an Italian-Israeli industrial designer and entrepreneur, best known for his work on the MyWay Quick1 electric scooter, which he developed and began selling through his company MyWay in 2010. He is also the founder of Inokim, a micro-mobility company that designs and manufactures electric scooters
Sapir filed a patent for a "Folding wheel mechanism for vehicle" in 2009, which formed the basis for the design of the MyWay Quick1 electric scooter. In 2010, he founded MyWay and began selling the Quick1. The scooter was well received for its compact size and portability, and Sapir quickly gained recognition for his work.
In 2014, MyWay was reincorporated in Ningbo, China, where a new factory was built to accommodate a manufacturing capacity of thousands of units per month. In addition to his work on the MyWay Quick1, Sapir has also received recognition for his other designs, including the Inokim OX electric scooter and the Inokim Quick4 electric scooter. He has received multiple awards for his work, including a Red Dot Design Award for the Inokim OX in 2018
Sapir's contributions to the electric scooter industry have been widely recognized. In 2012, New Atlas (Gizmag) described the MyWay Quick1 as "the smallest fold-up electric scooter we've seen. " In 2019, Digital Trends described the Inokim OX as a "sleek, rugged, and powerful" scooter.