Cykno – Vintage Electric Bicycle / Bruno Greppi & Luca Scopel

Cykno - Vintage Electric Bicycle By Bruno Greppi & Luca Scopel - 01

Cykno is the result of an idea – a dream – of Bruno Greppi, a great engineer and innovator in the motorbike field, in collaboration with the Luca Scopel a designer who is specialized in the development of concept and luxury products. Cykno is the tangible outcome resulting from the collaboration between Gianpietro Vigorelli and Riccardo Lorenzini, gurus of Italian advertising over the past 30 years and through the active participation of some managers of finance…

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4 Strike Bike / TSG Essempio

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Dutch studio TSG Essempio has realized the ‘4 Strike Bike‘, an unconventional bike with which you can pedal with hands and feet at the same time. The 4StrikeBike is an innovative bike that both the arms and the legs is driven. The user will train both the chest, back, arms and legs…

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Gazelle Bike Collection / Gazelle Bicycles Australia

Gazelle Bike Collection By Gazelle Bicycles Australia - (2010) Fuente Trekking

Market leader Royal Dutch Gazelle is the largest, oldest and most well known bicycle brand in the Netherlands. Gazelle has been making the highest quality bicycles for the most critical cyclists for 118 years, this has led not only to a long list of national and international awards, but also to an extensive collection of innovative bikes. Gazelle Bicycles are available in Australia. The new XT electric bike will also be featured & Winner 2012 Australian International Design Award…

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MOOBY Bike Concept / Madella Simone

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Italian designer who lives and works in Turin, Simone Madella is the origin of “Mooby Bike” (Mooby as mobility), this bike is made on the basis of a fixed gear fixie therefore. In addition to its futuristic design and aggressive originality of Mooby is its modularity because you can customize it to infinity by replacing the side panels…

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‘PainTTless’ 9th annual AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building / Thunderbike

'PainTTless' 9th annual AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building By Thunderbike - 01

Thunderbike, Germany, wins 9th annual AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. For the first time an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer has scooped the custom motorcycle industry’s top design and engineering prize. The detailing on the Thunderbike ”PainTTless” is impeccable!…

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Cool Custom Motorcycle / Roger Goldammer

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Roger Goldammer is a Canadian motorcycle builder most known for winning the World championship of bike building three times. Most of his work until now has been a modern take on board track and Cafe Racers, each of his creations always including innovations like hidden swingarm suspension, V-Twin converted in single cylinder engine, front suspension part of the frame neck etc, often incorporating Nitous Oxide Systems to race on the Bonneville Salt Flats…

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London 2012 Olympics Velodrome / Hopkins Architects

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The Olympic track cycling venue, or Velodrome, by Hopkins Architects, is considered the most sustainable venue in the Olympic Park in terms of design and construction. The overall inspiration for the design was the bicycle – a fitting choice, considering the building’s purpose…

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Rem Lamp / Christian Vivanco

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A stunning lamp called “REM” that means brake in dutch. The perfect light for the bike enthusiast, just squeeze the handle for off/on operation.. Designed by the creative studio Christian Vivanco…

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Z Fixie Concept / Jeongche Yoon

Z-Fixie Concept by Jeongche Yoon

Proposing a new configuration setting whose shape is inspired by the letter “Z”, a small spotlight on the lovely “Z-Fixie Bike Concept”, an interesting study of style around a concept bike type “Fixie”. Envisioned by the designer Jeongche Yoon…

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