San Francisco based product and graphic design firm Shape Field Office headed by a husband and wife duo Karson and Mary Shadley hired designer Nicholas Riddle to create the Shape Field Bike. This is a lightweight porteur-style bike with a Columbus SL frame and based on the geometry on the 1978 Cinelli Supercorsa. Being a porteur bike, there is a removable front rack with quarter details that can hold up to 80 LBS. This bike features a laser-etched signage panel, a custom head badge as well as Honjo fenders and Paul Component’s brake calipers around the frame design.

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