The first thing that catches your eye when you see the new REVO bike is a heavy black frame in the shape of an inverted trapezoid. In fact, it consists of two halves, firmly connected to each other. In the lower right corner of this trapezoid, the drive gear with pedals is attached, in the upper right corner is the steering column, and the longest side of the quadrangle serves as a seat on which two people can fit (it is more convenient to pedal the rear passenger).
© Tamás Túri
Made of steel, wood and 3D-printed plastic, the structure was created by Hungarian industrial designer Tamás Turi. In his opinion, it turned out to be light, flexible, stable and safe for long trips: the rear hub is deliberately made wider than the front, and the wheels differ in diameter, the rear is five centimeters larger than the front. The Revo has only one gear, but it can be technically improved.
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