Amongst the massive brands and product launches at Eurobike, there’s a lot of odd stuff too. Here’s a bit of what we saw:
As part of the Scotland stand, Grease Monkey Cycles were there with their new public bike maintenance station prototype. It’s a lovely idea inspired by the cabled tools at the top of ski lifts; we especially like the prongs on the top that can act as a workstand.
The Circle Bike is one of the oddest designs we’ve seen in ages. Not made to fold, but it does pack down much smaller with some dismantling, and the wheels sitting either side of the frame. More details and images at goudrand.com