viks 'anniveloversary' steel tube fixed gear commuter bike by velonia bicycles
 
viks 'anniveloversary' steel tube fixed gear commuter bike by velonia bicycles
mar 26, 2014

viks 'anniveloversary' steel tube fixed gear commuter bike by velonia bicycles

viks ‘anniveloversary’ steel tube fixed gear commuter bike by velonia bicycles
all images courtesy viks

 

 

 

similar to the viks urban fixed gear commuter bike, the ‘anniveloversary’ edition by estonian engineer indrek narusk and owner of velonia bicycles, draws styling cues from cafe racer-style motorcycles and classic streamlined aesthetics. the new iteration is made entirely from stainless steel tubes, featuring cantilevered seating built with a robust metal structure. the overall construction is joined at the head tube and bottom bracket, with the fork and handle bar coming together as a single piece. crowns, dropouts, and welds are all also composed entirely of stainless steel tubes, which together, ensure a smooth ride over rugged terrain.

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 the new design features cantilevered seating

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 the bike is joined at the head tube and bottom bracket

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the ‘anniveloversary’ draws styling cues from cafe racer-style motorcycles and classic streamlined aesthetics

  • Hello,
    Great , when and where to buy?
    ( in the Netherlands)

    JanJaapJoris
  • amazing design! but where are the breaks?

    kev
  • @orangegray. The cantilever arm for the seat will flex some but it’s a missed opportunity the pivot for the front fork isn’t a shock absorber.

    Mort d'Urban
  • Why take something practical (a bike of all things) and design it into a non practical thing? we’re 2014. pure design snobbism. apart from that: the design is very ugly.
    “smooth ride over rugged terrain”. LOL?

    orangegrey
  • Not a true fixed gear. The coaster brake arm is visible in the traditional place on the left chainstay.

    Burt Graber
  • Just another one of those “radical, innovative” designs that’s obviously not meant to be ridden.

    Tony
  • Sculptural!
    One question, what is the rider weight limit?

    Miel
  • It’s a fixed gear bike, no brake req

    Mike
  • Where is the break?

    SY
  • waycool

    dbkii

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