Fully Transparent Clarity Bike by designaffairs STUDIO

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Even after being around all these years, product designers are still finding ways to innovate the bicycle. The latest example is seen with designaffairs STUDIO’s Fully Transparent Clarity Bike.

Using a material known as Trivex, the design firm was able to construct a bicycle that is not only extremely lightweight, but also the high impact resistance that wouldn’t typically be found on a bike that wasn’t crafted from an old Italian steel frame. The polycarbonate alternative material is also extremely resistant to harsh weather conditions including extreme heat and cold, and both organic and inorganic chemicals. The Clarity Bike is another step toward cost effective transportation without sacrificing quality.

Fully Transparent Clarity Bike by designaffairs STUDIO

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