Oneybike

Posted on June 8, 2010 in Transport design

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Sit back and relax as the ONEYBIKE by Peter Varga takes you on a journey that harkens a simpler time when public streets smelled like horse manure and so did the men. Inspired by the classic High Wheeler bikes of the 1880s, as well as the recumbent bikes we saw those “granola types” riding in the 1990s. This design features a folding mechanism for easy storage and recently participated in the 14th International Bicycle Design Competition in Taiwan.

 

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