HaseBike is a foldable urban bike concept inspired by the dynamic movement of air and water and the constant and powerful growth of nature. The bike features a new frame concept that forms a shock absorbing structure that can be completely printed using SLA or similar methods. Its folding system also allows it to shrink from 1250 x 1050 x 55mm to a mere 870 x 690 x 240mm, making it as versatile as it is stylish. Learn more about the design on Dan Gestoso Rivers‘ Behance page here.
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