A Striking Concept Bike

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Eye-catching and one-of-a-kind, the Black & White Fixie Bike would turn heads anywhere. It’s bold, modern and beautiful. But this bicycle is not available to buy. Sadly, you can’t take it on a ride through your city’s streets. Commissioned by the Pinkeye studio for the pop-up shop CNT DWN, the concept bike acts as a striking décor piece.

Designed by art director and illustrator eltipo graphic, it looks more like a work of art than a classic fixie. The strong contrast between the tones and finishes creates a distinctive design which makes the bike look like it’s been dipped in white paint. Featuring matte black and gleaming white surfaces, the fixie also comes with distinctive laser engraved leather seat and grips. Brightness and darkness, clean lines and modern design combine in what may be the only bicycle in the world that would look better on a wall than on the street. Photography by Greg Smolders.

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