NoBike by Dynalab

April 24th, 2017 by retail design blog

Created by Dynalab, the NoBike rethinks traditional bike production methods to create a special bicycle—one that fits aptly to the size and style of individual riders. Where most standard bicycle frames are constructed by metal tubes welded together, the NoBike sports a body made of four laser cut triangular forms made of aluminum, slotted together by three joints with cylinder spacers. By refraining from welding the tubes together, the rider can alter the size and shape of the frame perfectly to their height and needs simply by adjusting the slots found on the the aluminium triangles.

Suited to riders between 160 and 200 CM, the slot-and-slide mechanism grants the the NoBike 80 CM worth of vertical movement, making it ergonomically suitable for men, women, adolescents and adults alike. Riders can adjust the slots according to their height and needs, meaning the model can be ergonomically tailored to the exact height of an individual. Aesthetically, the bike can be customized by purchasable wraps, which cover the iconic aluminium frame in a color of your choice, even giving the rider the option to write a personal message on the frame. Dynalab has additionally commissioned five artists or writers to create special limited edition NoBikes for a one-off collection.

Series one of NoBike is currently in production, with each custom piece of the bicycle coming with its own serial number. In the future, Dynalab will work on transferring the adjustable design into an e-bike format.













http://www.designboom.com/technology/dynalab-nobike-04-18-2017/

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