The urban single-speed bike is a mark of convenience and sustainability. As more and more people are beginning to cycle in the city due to tedious traffic, the demand for functional and aesthetically pleasing two-wheelers is steadily increasing.
A new model is put forth through a collaboration between Berlin-based companies HHV and Schindelhauer Bikes. The name of the product is the 'Jacob Bike' and it is released in a very limited quantity -- only 20 units of this urban single-speed bike have been created.
The retail price of the vehicle is $2,130 USD. The frame is double-polished and powder-coated. Taking into consideration that consumers will cycle through the city, HHV and Schindelhauer Bikes also introduce "built-in LED read lights, a Supernova headlight [and] eye-catching reflective branding."