Danish architecture firm Norm Architects, together with Danish Network Association and MediaGroup Worldwide, recently launched a range of manual and electric bicycles under their own brand, Copenhagen Bike Company.
With an aim to promote and expand the bicycle culture embraced by the Danish, the company released a collection of handsomely minimal bicycles that bring sustainable functionality and the distinct aesthetics of Danish design together.
“More than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a trend that is only rising,” says Ole Hjortlund Svendsen, CEO of Copenhagen Bike Company. “We want to enable more people to use the bike as their preferred means of transport in their everyday lives.”
All bikes come in a range of colours and a choice of 3 or 7 gears. All frames are formed by hand, assuring that each bicycle is adjusted to the cyclist’s height. Visit their website and shop here. Follow them on Instagram.