This bridge-inspired bicycle frame was handmade from cable and carbon fiber rods connected with epoxy resin. It took engineer, Brano Meres, 300 hours to complete his "C-Thru Road Frame." All in all, it took about an hour per joint - wrapping carbon fibers around each one to ensure their strength. This impressive DIY bike weighs in at only 2.7 lbs.
Implications - DIY modifications are becoming more relevant for businesses. Appealing to the new generation of hyper-customization junkies, brands should look to create products or services easily modified to be suitable for a variety of tastes. Simple designs like Apple's MacBook lend themselves well to being modified with decals and stickers and are thus more attractive to consumers.
DIY Bridge-Inspired Bike Frame
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