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Bikes of the Future

Filed in Art / Design / Fashion , Cool 12 comments

Here couple of awesome bike concepts. I think the Tron Bike is awfully cute. What is your favorite?

bubble bike

aerodynamic-bike concept

tron bike

weird-bike-picture

awesome bike-bike

bike tire bike

christian_grajewski_bike

Bike above is designed by: Christian Grajewski

cube bike

More image source and more bike concepts: SFT

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Posted by   @   29 July 2008 12 comments
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Jul 29, 2008
6:21 pm
#1 ogge :

Nice, the one by grajewski is awesome :-D

Jul 30, 2008
4:32 am
#2 Ken :

F**king awesome bike designs! Wow, how did you find them?! :)

Jul 30, 2008
7:10 am
#3 RGS :

Ken,

I gave credit to my source … :) Some German lifestlye magazine.

Jul 31, 2008
8:45 am
#4 Marek :

I don’t think that anyone will like to bike with those trough Copenhagen or in any normal environment. Why do the future bike have to be so uncomfortable and ass ugly? I bet those designers don’t own and have never been on the bicycle.

Aug 26, 2008
5:50 am
#5 srishtti dutt :

these bikes r not very usefull because they donot have backet and there is one bike aseat inwhich a fat person will sit it will be braked

Sep 2, 2008
1:18 am

sweet concepts

Sep 5, 2008
9:31 am
#7 christian :

i love all types bikes

Jul 27, 2009
5:36 pm
#8 Bob :

Seems like bikes of the future will be incapable of turning!

Aug 25, 2009
6:44 pm
#9 Jason :

Firstly, In response to “srishtti dutt”… fat people don’t tend to get onto bicycles. That’s part of the reason for being fat. I don’t think there’s a deep concern there.

I agree with Bob about several of the designs. Most of them seem to lack the ability to rotate the front wheel on a axis for steering. The “tron” bike seems to be the most practical to me. 100’s of years of bicycling has established the rudimentary motion elements necessary to facilitate transportation of this kind. If you remove an element… the point is moot.

Just at a glance, it would seem that the designers of the bikes (although inspiring and creative) have merely placed two wheels, a seat, peddles and handlebars in the required areas, and have done their best to connect them in an artistic manner. Art is useful, but sometimes not practical.

The third design (tron), and the last design (cube) seem most practical.

Oct 8, 2011
1:26 am
#10 boleebee :

crap of the future

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