Carbon bicycle with aerodynamic shapes
Art, movement and aesthetics. A bicycle that defies conventional design with a retro style

Ecce-Cycles has used the hand of its designer Pierre Lallemand to create a new concept of velocipede, revisiting the Streamlining design of the 20s and 30s where an object for everyday use becomes a piece of enigmatic design

Pleasure has many forms and can sometimes be found in everyday objects, such as a bicycle. Ecce-Cycle wanted to create an object with aerodynamic shapes that would go beyond the usual schemes and in this case, to create a unique and exclusive product with elegant and athletic curves that pave the way for new horizons in aesthetics

Bicycle that follows the shape of the Greek pi

Created in Brussels in 2012, with exceptionally qualified engineers and craftsmen, Ecce-Cycles uses its expertise to build a prestigious brand that combines originality and technology. With this object you can experience the pleasure of riding a work of art. By freeing yourself from their formalism, the ECCE cycles break the fixed codes of urban bicycles with their actual form and their double triangle format that has characterized the bicycle for 150 years

Bicycle that follows the shape of the Greek pi

The result is a stimulating and enigmatic object; the bicycle becomes an object of desire, an object of pleasure: the action is no longer just that of riding a bicycle... Two distinct materials complement each other, offering unparalleled comfort with each creation available in three sizes: small, medium and large

Bicycle that follows the shape of the Greek pi

The Gamma Carbon, carbon, a material already used in the production of bicycles thanks to its properties of strength and lightness. Because of its lightness, the feeling of no gravity is very real in this case. The Wood product is a tribute to craftsmanship, this model made entirely of handcrafted wood perfectly matches the brown leather panels as well as being an object of reflection on urban mobility

Bicycle that follows the shape of the Greek pi

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