Sandwichbike by Pedalfactory

December 3rd, 2013 by retail design blog

Inspired by the concept of flat packing and home assembly, we were driven to develop a new bicycle concept; the Sandwichbike, a bike made out of two wooden plates! The contemporary design, the large surface of the frame and the absence of welding joints makes the frame visually attractive and easy to assemble within 30 minutes. The bike will be delivered in a flat cardboard box and can be assembled at home with a few basic tools (provided with the box). With excellent driving dynamics, the Sandwichbike is a unique and highly sophisticated product.

Designed by Pedalfactory





















http://www.pedalfactory.nl/

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