Ion Lucin has simplified the design of a standard two-wheeler with his conceptual bike Baik that opts for three-spoked wheels, a limited use of lines and a neon colored accents onto a matte black frame. The modern, yet minimalist, aesthetic of the bike keeps the vehicle functional without over-cluttering the design with added accessories.
The Baik bike is a stylish frame that opts for ultimate simplicity over opulence. The design focuses on a limited amount of lines and angles to keep the bike's shape clean and uncluttered. The wheels feature only three spokes and the handlebars are a simple straight, horizontal beam complemented fixed gear system. The matte black finish is classic while subtle pops of neon orange give the bike a modern aesthetic without adding too much embellishment to the design.
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