A range of wooden bikes that celebrates craftsmanship.

Materia Bikes aims to bring back the joy of riding a bike for the first time by using a blend of premium materials and artisanal skill coupled with modern bicycle design. The manufacturer’s first collection of high-end wooden bikes impresses with its timeless appearance that also puts the beauty of the natural material in the best light. The collection features a range of geometries and styles, to suit virtually any need. The models include everything from city and road bikes to women’s bikes. All of them boast handcrafted wooden frames which feature a high-quality finish for a 5-year frame guarantee.

Customers can select between dark redwood, light ash, or rich walnut. All display the rustic patterns and textures of solid wood. At the same time, the frames add a warm accent to the metal wheels. Apart from the price, of around $3,500, other details about the technical specs and features of thee high-end bikes are currently only available on the official website. Those who sign-up will receive an exclusive invitation to access the online showroom. Photographs© Materia Bikes.

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