Laser Cut Steel Erembald Bicycle by ElevenTwentySeven

Mar 20, 2015

Category: Rides

Man, this is a ton of blood, sweat and tears to put into building a bicycle. ElevenTwentySeven’s stainless steel Erembald bike features a unique laser-cut pattern that’s tailor-made for each rider.

The saddle and steer are fixed according to the rider’s specific dimensions, so there’s no need for a stem and seatpost. Plus there’s a laser engraving of the rider’s name, in between the bike’s integrated bike lock. Let’s see your bike thief get around that one. The topper though might be the funky organic pattern inspired by cellular structures. It’s all made completely out of stainless steel and comes devoid of all redundant features. The only catch might be the production of the Erembald will be limited to 50 bicycles, all made in Bruges, Belgium. [Purchase]

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