Big 20, Small Wheel Touring Bicycle

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Designed for Inner City Bikes by industrial designer Joey Ruiter, BIG20 is an urban bike that’s “small for easy storage, lightweight and very maneuverable.” The small wheel touring bicycle comes with a steel frame and two 20” wheels to avoid even the worst rush-hour traffic jams. Despite the bike’s small dimensions, its lightweight construction and comfortable and efficient ride position make it a fun ride.
The standard version with 1×10 drivetrain disc brakes is completely customizable. “Set yourself apart from the crowded field of commuters” with BIG20.
Images courtesy of Joey Ruiter.

 

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Fabio

Born in Milan, Fabio followed his passion for design all the way to the Scottish highlands. He is currently a Graphic Design student at the University of Dundee. He loves to research any aspect of the creative industries, through social networks, blogs and printed magazines. When he is not in studio or updating his Pinterest boards, he’s a bass player and shoegaze fan.

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