Cadillac Bike, designed by Robert Egger, 1998
Forgetting the balance and dimensions problems, this amazing vintage bike works. No Handlebars but the change-system makes is job. Maybe it isn’t a “city-bike” but if you want to be observed all over the city, this frame is the best choice you can take.
Montenapo by Rossignoli
Wireless, freewheel, backpedal brake. Montenapo, with its name inspired to the fashion district in Milano, has clear lines and quality components: a beautiful Brooks leather Swift saddle and taped handlebar, Italian handmade steel frame, Schwalbe tires. Colors: black/matt black, blue, rough frame.
"Italian. Proud. Irresistible. "
Legnano mod.54 (1935)
The mythical bicycle owned by the cyclist Gino Bartali, with the brake system model of 1961 and the classic color “verde Legnano”. Created for races, it is now one of the most precious pieces for a bicycle collection.
Foldable bike by architect Juan Szumowski
The winner prototype of the contest “Bike of the future” (sponsored by the British Cycling Bureau in London). The mudguards in reinforced resin act as a container for the whole bike. When folded it occupies only 43 cm. The folding mechanism is enlarged and vividly coloured to underline its purpose.
Ventilator by Dakine
The Ventilator is a glove excellent for any kind of riding: The lightweight fabric keeps your hands cool in any weather, while a vented palm lets the breeze in. When riding trails, the 4-way stretch glove does an impressive job of resisting tears and snags when it inevitably catches on branches. The cuff is long enough to protect your wrist and the hook-and-loop closure keeps the glove in place.
Universe by Pantone
A basic bicycle by the most famous “colours” brand in the world. The logo is on the carter, a specific protection for the chain. The bike is produced in collaboration with Italian Bike Masters ABICI
A rudimental structure linking the frame and back wheel of a bicycle to a shopping trolley both for the handlebars and for the front wheel. Often used in Germany and other places in the North-Europe, it’s useful to go shopping in big supermarket or iper-market where there’s no parking enough.
BikeMI: a service by ATM (Comune di Milano)
Unique design, easily recognizable even if repainted, so that is difficult to recycle in case of theft; rims and sturdy wheels and anchor nuts of the wheels burglary; equipped with a basket, but that does not allow the transport of other people or the accumulation of waste; change to transmission shaft; cables and brake lights protected; Padlock integrated for short stops; High-visibility lights and adjustable seat (but not extractable)