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In comfort bicycles from Alter Cycles used a frame with swap different down tubes. It’s actually more curved, flexible bow-like … thing, that’s available in three levels of stiffness and the stiffness of the ride can be altered to suit the rider. Mark Groendal, an inventor of the Reflex, essentially redesigned the classic diamond frame that was designed over a hundred years ago. By modifying the front triangle into “the modified triangle” that flexes changes everything about the ride and…



Small wheels on electric scooters can easily get stuck in potholes, causing the rider to fly over the handlebars. The SnikkyBike combines the agile riding properties of a kick scooter with the stability and comfort of a road bike transform it into an effortless electric vehicle. Developed by a group of entrepreneurs based in Montreal, Canada the SnikkyBike electric scooter is fitted with a large 700C bicycle wheel in the front and a small 16-inch motorized wheel at the rear….



My latest Avial e-bike prototype covered 2,500 km during both off-road terrain tests and in the city mode. This e-bike model is based on a patented frame made of aircraft-grade aluminum square profiles which are connected using rivets without welding. With the loads up to 120 kg, the frame pleases me with its strength and rigidity. During the tests, brake pads were replaced several times, the next step is the replacement of the rear wheel due to wear. Riveted Avial…



Angell smart e-bike is a 14-kg bicycle with an aluminium frame, integrated lights and a removable battery. It has a 2.4” touch screen to fully control of the bike. The battery should last 70 km. There are also turn signals that you can activate with a button. The lightweight Angell e-bike connects with your phone using Bluetooth and has an integrated lock and alarm system. But Angell wants to go one step further with its integrated display. First, you can…



Original Denny bicycle integrates automatic running lights that turn on when the bike is in motion, a unique fender with rubber bristles that wick away rain, and a breakthrough patented lock design that transforms the handlebar into a giant U-lock. The Denny Bicycle is the work of a design agency called Teague and it won the Bike Design Project. The original Denny bicycle comes with the electric drive pedal assist that helps you on difficult terrains. This assistive motor is…



A bicycle Cardigo provides a fun way to get your daily dose of aerobic exercise while being outdoors. Its front-end slides forward relative to the rest of the bike, helping to propel it while also reportedly offering more of a full-body workout. Designed by cyclist Dan Ogden, the stainless steel-framed Cardigo can be pedalled just like a normal bicycle. Turning a knob on the top tube, however, allows the rider to push the front end forward by 10 inches (25…



Made to be light as a feather, this Viks from Estonian designer Indrek Narusk uses a carbon-fiber frame to dump the weight down to 10 kg. The Carbon takes the dual-tube design to the pinnacle with hand-crafted parts made especially for the new frame. Each part and weld are made to last a lifetime and beyond. Backed up by a Gates Carbon belt drive and a wheelset from Aerospoke, its speed personified and poetry in motion. The Viks Carbon features…



Bosch is already well-known for its electric bike motors and related technologies. Now, the German company has unveiled a concept “e-Bike Design Vision”, created to show how smoothly those products could be incorporated into one vehicle. The crux of the concept “e-Bike Design Vision” be to seamlessly integrate electric components into the two-wheelers overall design, foreshadowing what the German multinational firm believes represents the future of e-Bike design. As such, the concept boasts a carbon-fiber frame with integrated suspension front…



No matter what they’re made from, most bicycle frames take the form of multiple tubes that are joined together at the ends. But according to Dutch designing brothers Bob and Tom Schiller, it’s difficult to fully automate. As a result, bike companies tend to get their frames built overseas, in countries where the labor is cheap. To change that, the Schillers have created the Mokumono bike. Traditionally when a bicycle is manufactured it’s using steel or aluminum tubing. This tubing…



The Reframed is a bike, developed by a group of Dutch designers. It’s a single-speed bike with a frame crafted out of separate pieces of aluminium that the user must put together themselves through a clamping connection with nuts and bolts. They offer the basic version of the frame from which you can build your own creative and unique version of the bicycle, without being obligated to buy parts that you don’t need. Because the frame isn’t welded together or…