This invisible bike comes from the great minds at Design Affairs. At first glance, it looks like a solid black frame, however when it's moved in front of the white wall, it changes colors. Well, it doesn't actually change colors, you just see the color behind it.
This invisible bike is called the Charity Bike and could be the first of a string of bikes using new materials like advanced polymer. Polymer is advantageous in bike frames because it provides formidable resistance to impact, is lightweight and exceptionally flexible.
This invisible bike frame can withstand exposure to almost any chemical as well as any temperature without wearing down. The only drawback to this design is it has a lower density than polycarbonate and acrylic, which are used in most bike frames.
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