Nulla Minimalist Bike

By: Pearl - Published: Aug 9, 2008   Updated: Aug 2 2011 • References: coroflot & tuvie
Nulla is Italian for "nothing," which aptly describes this concept minimalist bike. The most obvious omissions are the spokes of the wheels and the familiar bike chain. It's the lack of hubs and much of the traditional frame which give this design its clean look. The propulsion system is a direct gear-chain-drive system. A futuristic design which alas still hasn't improved on bike seat comfort.

The industrial designer is Philadelphia based Bradford Waugh.

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