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This 3D-printed titanium bike has vibrating handlebars to give you directions

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 03, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Charley Cameron last modified Jun 02, 2015


Designed by Portland-based company Industry, in partnership with Ti Cycles, the 'Solid' bike is intended as the "ultimate urban utility bike", and the world's "first connected, 3d-printed titanium lifestyle bike." Pretty lofty goals for a mode of that a




 

 

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Designed by Portland-based company Industry, in partnership with Ti Cycles, the ‘Solid‘ bike is intended as the “ultimate urban utility bike”, and the world’s “first connected, 3D-printed titanium lifestyle bike.” Pretty lofty goals for a mode of transportation that has been consistently evolving for over a century—but this lightweight, simple angular cycle and it’s accompanying smart technology might just live up to the hype.

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