Bike + Design Lecture: Technology + Innovation

From Bike+Design:

Within the Bay Area, international companies and boutique agencies explore the boundaries of what can be achieved through the synergy of material and form innovation.

The bicycle’s essential nature remains unchanged throughout the centuries, and it is the engineer and the designer who imagine the new possibilities within the conscripted form of the bicycle frame. Removing all excess, they take what remains and perfect it. These designers and thinkers are re-imagining the possibilities for human-powered, two-wheeled machines.

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