The bike frame redefined.
The bike frame redefined. (ECCE Cycles)


Part commuter whip, part artwork

Kip Malone

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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,

Lead Photo: ECCE Cycles