Clarity Bike features a frame made from Trivex, a polymer with positive properties
Clarity Bike could have a transparent frame, meaning it will turn heads if nothing else
A close-up view of the handlebars and saddle of Clarity Bike, which features strong, straight lines
The front of Clarity Bike
The back of Clarity Bike
Bicycle design hasn't deviated much from its origins back in the 1800s. A cross frame connecting two wheels to each other works to the point that any attempt to offer something new and innovative – such as the Fliz Bike – is usually derided as being pointless. However, the materials used to build the humble bike have changed over the years, and will continue to do so all the while there's a demand for lighter, stronger frames. Could a transparent polymer provide the next logical step in the process?
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