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Rapha Continental x Vandeyk Handbuilt Bike

Performance roadwear purveyor Rapha and its exploring Continental brand team up with contemporary bike maker Vandeyk to produce a collaborative one-of-one handmade in Germany bike seen above. Made from Columbus XCr stainless steel, the frame features a bold 38mm down tube and a 44mm headtube with a tapered fork. Added tire clearance, longer seatstays and disc brakes are to support the rider on rough gravel roads and cobbles. Additional attributes include milled logos, premium liquid paint, and an internal brake cable system. Get a closer look at the one-off street bike as well as an interview with Vandeyk’s founder Arendt van Deyk at Rapha.

Date: Jul 4, 2013  /  Views: 12  /  Author: Robert Marshall
Category: Design  /  Tags: Bikes, Rapha, Vandeyk contemporary cycles, Industrial design, Rapha continental