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Tokyobike Has Released a Covetable New Designer Bicycle Series

Three slick new bikes from New York's Everything Elevated, Brooklyn's Calico Wallpaper and Joe Doucet.
By Jasmine Crittenden
May 12, 2017
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Tokyobike Has Released a Covetable New Designer Bicycle Series

Three slick new bikes from New York's Everything Elevated, Brooklyn's Calico Wallpaper and Joe Doucet.
By Jasmine Crittenden
May 12, 2017
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Not one, but three, designers have put their two-wheeling brains together to come up with tokyobike's latest offering: the company's first ever Designer Series. It's a trio of bikes that will make you seriously want to shell out (and at this price, you'd be skipping more than a few meals).

The first, a schmick golden number, is the work of Everything Elevated, who are based in New York and Oslo. It's a single speed with dropped handle bars that gets its inspiration from early minimalist track racing bikes.

The second you'll want with you next time you're in Paris. Calico Wallpaper, a Brooklyn-based company run by couple Nick and Rachel Cope, based their concept on the bikes you see in 1930s French films. It's so comfy you can ride all day. The dreamy blue, white and burnt orange paint job reflects the transition from dawn to dusk.

Not good at making decisions? The third in the series is your pick. It's white on one side and grey on the other. Joe Doucet, award-winning Brooklyn-based designer, is behind this third bike, with half-canvas, half-rubber handles, which are handmade in Italy.

This kind of design doesn't come cheap. Each limited edition bike will set you back $2,500 a pop. Orders are available online.

Images: Tokyobike.

Published on May 12, 2017 by Jasmine Crittenden

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