Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle With Chainless Transmission

Inoda+Sveje is an industrial design company who has successfully redesigned our contemporary bicycle. Bike 2.0 is a remake of our best personal transportation with uncomplicated technology at your fingertips. This bike has been designed with in-wheel motor and in-crank generator, this is why there’s no need for bike’s chain. You can use it as a normal bike, without the battery, or with the supportive battery hidden inside hydro-shaped aluminum. The design is meant to be contemporary in aesthetics and ethics, a symbiosis of form and technology, modern and historical, Bike 2.0 will use standard wheel and forks, because it just makes sense, but this also gives you the possibility to personalize your Bike 2.0.

Designers: Kyoko Inoda, Nils Sveje, Gustavo Messias, Peter Anderson.

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

Bike 2.0 Next Generation Bicycle

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Toni says: October 11, 2010

I think this bike looks awesome!! I WANT one!!!
I'm very much a traditionalist when it comes to bikes and this design, whilst being technically at the cutting edge, still manages to retain a traditional look to the bike.

Just an observation from a marketing perspective, please make sure the information is proof-read before release!! I'm sure the motor doesn't 'Break' during 'Braking'!! , but others might be put-off!! (Don't rely on auto-spell-checks!!).

Honestly though, this bike looks great, so clean and pure , I only hope it functions as good as it looks.

krishna says: October 13, 2010

excellent….

Jeremiah Webb says: November 5, 2013

That is the cleanest looking bike I’ve ever seen. It’s beautiful in its simplicity.

Abran Keranen says: January 6, 2014

How much does it cost, and where can I find one?







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