Two good friends, Aart Roelandt (an industrial designer) and Bram Moens (a passionate cyclist) teamed up to design and develop a compact carbon city bike. The idea was started when Aart weren’t satisfied with those compact bikes on the market, he said that those bikes were ugly. The main goal of this project was to create a bike that feels like a large wheel sized bike and exploits carbon fibers in a minimalist design.
Combining Bram’s 33 plus years of bike building experience and Aart’s design, Minimal Bike was born. This is a fusion between a mountain, road, city, and commuter bike. It’s a minimalist bike for modern urban people.
Designer : Minimal
Minimal Bike Exploits Carbon Fibers in A Minimalist Design is originally posted on Tuvie – Modern Industrial Design