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Urwahn Stadtfuchs Bike

The Urwahn Stadtfuchs Bike is a new project developed by a German team that aimed to create a bike that would mainly appeal to urban commuters and that would somehow synthesize the urban concept with an all terrain approach and then add some modern features. The sleek bike has a distinctive design and an ergonomic construction, at the back you get a curvy frame that acts as a way of dispersing strains and shocks on the rear wheel but also contributes in giving it its distinct look. High grade steel is used for the frame and building quality is set at a very high standard, using state of the art seamless steel welding, making it ready to take on the challenges of urban commuting. It is also packed with technical solutions, you get integrated LED lights at the front and back that are powered by the built in dynamo in the front wheel hub, you also get a GPS tracker should it ever get stolen. Minimal, beautiful yet high tech. watch the video below



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