Dock Dock. Who’s There? Bike!

Ever woke up in the middle of the night and peered out of the window to make sure that your bike is still out there? Then the wall mounted indoor ‘Bike Dock’ from Berlin based design lab .flxble is meant for you. Urban living often endows us with smaller living spaces where smartly designed products can help to juice out more options. As a classic example, this dock transforms your bike into a piece of art to be proudly displayed in your living quarters. A proclamation of your eco-friendly lifestyle.

The clever manipulation of a single block of wood gives this bike rack a minimalistic vibe. A felt layer protects the top tube from scratches while docking. The designers claim to be inspired by “subtle aesthetics and the impressive versatility of nature” for the essence of this product. The ‘Bike Dock’ can support upto 20 Kg to let your bike levitate in peace.

Designer: Mechmet Chiousemoglou of .flxble

Guest Post by Akhil T.


  • Mario says:

    200€!?!?!!! Whaaat? Way to expensive.

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