Erembald Bike – From Belgium with Love

Erembald bike was a graduating project of Tobias Knockaert, an industrial designer from Bruges, Belgium. He designed a bicycle uses tube laser technology, receiving great enthusiastic from many people, he decided to produce this bike for real.

Cycling has attracted many people nowadays, especially when driving cars has become more and more expensive and not to mention the traffic jams. Bikes have become practical urban transportation and many are mass produced with lack identity to match the riders. This bike projects aim to provide you with a better bike, a partner in transport that you can count on.

Designer : ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald bike has been constructed to meet the needs of its rider thanks to laser-cut technology. The saddle and steer are fixed based on rider’s specific dimensions, eliminating the need for a stem and saddle pen. Each bike would come with a laser engraving of the rider’s name in between the bike’s integrated bike lock. Inspired by cellular structures, this bike features beautiful organic pattern. The bike is constructed out of stainless steel and stripped from all redundant features to give you a modern, minimalist personal transportation to cruise the city in style.

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Erembald Bike by ElevenTwentySeven

Tuvie has received “Erembald Bike” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Aly says: September 27, 2015

nice looking bike, I"m worrying about the durability of it though but seems durable. in other words, Good bike







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