NIM City Bike

NIM City Bike
Design

Core77's design blog reports on this recent aesthetic triumph by students Jacob von Matern and Fredrik Hylten-Cavallius, the NIM City Bike. Being constructed out of "a carbon fiber twill shell...

Alex Morrison
  • 21 june 2007

Core77’s design blog reports on this recent aesthetic triumph by students Jacob von Matern and Fredrik Hylten-Cavallius, the NIM City Bike. Being constructed out of “a carbon fiber twill shell and a foam core”, it is both light and strong, foregoeing all flash and flavor in exchange for cleanliness and dynamism, and indeed it looks as though it could slice steel without too much effort. The bike is one amongst many on show at this summers’ Form Design Center in Malmo.

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