EVO Urban Utility Bike
HUGE Design, a product design consultancy in San Francisco, teamed up with 4130 Cycle Works and PCH International’s Lime Lab to create the ultimate utility bike for the 2014 Oregon Manifest bike design competition. The result was EVO Urban Utility Bike, a hybrid bicycle with a modular accessory platform that helps the bike adapt to the user’s needs.
- quick-connect mounts for detachable cargo accessories
- asymmetrical frame supports heavy loads in front & back of bike
- front fork lockout
- front & back lighting systems
- integrated frame cable lock
Sleek & functional…I’ve never wanted a bicycle as much as I want this. Not to mention, the parts are built using 3D metal printing techniques! Check out more info at Design Milk, watch the video at Tech Crunch, or see more awesome photos at the Evo Site.