Single Gear Wonder

The AO stands out for a simple and stylish bike that handles urban life with ease and comfort. It incorporates a ‘single gear’ system using a rubber belt for maximum control and maneuverability. Built in safety features like a dynamo to power the front and rear lights is one of its highlights. The saddle and wheel feature a special suspension system to ensure a smooth ride in your city. A new-age approach to bike redesigning!

Designer: Omer Sagiv

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AO Bike by Omer Sagiv

20 Comments

  • pedro says:

    so when you raise the seat you’re closer to the handlebar? hmm… I find traditional single speed bikes more “simple” to be honest

  • Stefan says:

    Nice on the first glance, but: Dear aspiring Product designers. Is it so hard to do some research on the topic first? Almost every product has some aspects that have to be considered to make your design at least plausible. For bicycles that means considering important geometry-issues like head angle and fork rake to make the concept a bike and not a bone braker. The bone breaker that you designed is a really nice one, but i would appreciate if you do some research and then turn it into a bicycle. I always at that point tell people about the importance of building models and mockups. This really helps you figuring out if your concept is a no or a go BEFORE the public tells you so. (yo!)

    heads up, omer, your styling goes the right way, now you need to learn all the other (sometimes boring) parts of a design process!

  • mif991 says:

    I am with Stefan on this. Clean lines are beautiful.

  • Inna says:

    fitness bike in the city 🙂
    unfortunately or not but it is not so good bike

  • chris says:

    with that headangle you wouldn´t even be able to ride out ouf your drive way!

  • karl says:

    stylish like clothes peg

  • patty cakes says:

    some serious underlying issues, but interesting idea with the clamshell frame. I wonder if that could be made rigid enough and still be a reasonable weight. It’d be some expensive tooling though…

    Ah well, at least you didn’t go with hubless wheels, and in the misinformed world of bicycle design, that’s half the battle right there.

  • patty cakes says:

    PS. please lose the greek text. a logo redesign might be in order too.

  • Kevin says:

    In which software have you rendered these images ?

    Really Nice Renders

  • Abby George says:

    My doubt is,after you pivot the handle,how is it supposed to turn like a normal handle? Or does it come with internal bearings. But it sure does not look like that in the picture.

  • Abby George says:

    My doubt is,after you pivot the handle,how is it supposed to turn like a normal handle? Or does it come with internal bearings. But it sure does not look like that in the picture.

  • i think the fork will be broken easily

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