'A Grey' Electric Bike
A grey electric assisted Bike is designed by Philip Crewe and he says "This bicycle that is both utilitarian and fun – staying true t...
A grey electric assisted Bike is designed by Philip Crewe and he says "This bicycle that is both utilitarian and fun – staying true to the spirit of two-wheeled transportation. Conceptually the bike references personal mobility vehicles from the first half of the twentieth century such as the Motobecane Mobylette and Philips Panda. These simple two wheeled vehicles were designed at a time of much experimentation and innovation, and brought mobility and freedom to millions. Visually the aesthetic is dominated by its 48v 20ah battery placed as low as possible to the ground. The bespoke double frame enables the volume of the battery and motor to sit more comfortably by adding depth and moving it away from the largely two-dimensional feel of a traditional bicycle frame."