Cycling may be hot nowadays, but the vast majority of bikes are mass-produced and lack an identity that matches their riders. Custom-made Erembald bikes could change that. Thanks to innovative laser-cut technology, every single Erembald bike is tailored to the needs and wishes of its rider. The saddle and steer are fixed according to the rider’s specific dimensions, thus eliminating the need for a stem and saddle pen. Moreover, it comes with a laser engraving of the rider’s name, in between the bike’s integrated bike lock. But what really makes this bike unique is its remarkable organic pattern, inspired by cellular structures. The flexible laser-cut technology enables small batch production without the need for costly calibers and machines. The production of the Erembald, however, will be limited to just 50 bicycles and each will be custom-made in Bruges, Belgium.
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