Futuristic Coren Urban Bike Made from High Tensile-Strength Carbon Fibers
The Coren urban bike (pictured) is designed and created by UBC’s designer Christian Zanzotti, collaborated with German manufacturers such as Schmolke, BOR, Tune and Trickstuff and American companies like ENVE and Gates. This two-wheeled transportation comes with sleek and futuristic design, and the most interesting this is its innovative super-slim frame that comes with top and down tubes is made of very high tensile strength T1000 carbon fibers generally used for structural assemblies on Formula One monocoques.
This futuristic bike also features CNC-milled fork ends with integrated belt tensioners, as well as cowhide-covered saddle and handle bars with quality of craft. The Coren urban bike wieghs only 7,700 grams.
The Coren urban bike is priced at $32,000.