Monday, August 29, 2011

No chain. An exercise in expensive rolling art, not really comfortable to ride, or affordable.. but it's eyecatching


different seats and tire sizes


The inner city bike was designed by JRUITER + studio as a project asking questions about ultra short inner city travel. What is needed, who is riding, and how far are they going.

As it evolved, the design triggered a shift in time, spurring the questions, “Is there an opportunity to change a timeless product?” “Can we go back and try something new?”

The inner city bike rethinks what a “frame” is, getting rid of basic key components, and creating a new type of urban bicycling.

The positives are easy quick turns, huge power to the rear wheel to go over curbs and up hills, and great start / stopping / sitting situations.

http://bikerscafeblog.com/2010/10/27/inner-city-bikes-icb-36/

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