Part commuter whip, part artwork

The bike frame redefined. (ECCE Cycles)

Belgian bike designers ECCE have turned traditional bike design on its head.

Instead of the traditional two triangle frame, the company's commuter bikes use a boomerang design that creates a soft, forgiving ride. The carbon frames are built in the Ridley factory. Traditional Shimano components and a Gates belt drive take care of propulsion and shifting. 

Right now there are two carbon versions to choose from, while a wood build is on the way.

From $10,000,

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