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Former Nike Design Director Launches CYLO to Redefine Urban Bike Design

With performance and style in mind, former Nike Design Director Eric Duvauchelle launched CYLO to fill a void in the biking market. Offering a refreshing silhouette, CYLO designed a bike that’s simple and elegant yet functional. “Our mission is to build beautiful bicycles that you can simply jump on and ride without having to think,” said Duvauchelle. Integrating a plethora of technical elements within one frame to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride, the CYLO bike features powered head and brake lights, angled to ensure rider visibility. As the lights are pedal-powered, there will always be enough juice to allow the lights to work, while also holding environmental benefits without having to replace batteries. Fenders reduce splash from the wheels, and a carbon belt drive avoids unwanted dirt. The minimalist frame is crafted with lightweight materials, allowing the owner to lift-and-carry easily. Available in red, white and black, head over to CYLO for more details.

Date: /Author: Arthur Bray
Category:  Design/Tags:  Bikes, Industrial Design, CYLO
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