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3D printing has expanded into many fields, including 3D printed bikes. Learn more about the companies building these incredible bikes!
Last Sunday Sir Bradley Wiggins rode his bike into the record books, when he covered 218 laps of the London Olympic Games track to push the world one-hour distance to 54.526 km. And he did it using 3D printed handlebars.
This 3D printed bicycle helmet, made on an HP Multijet Fusion 3D printer, is robust enough to withstand serious impact.
Bike buffs beware: 3D printing helps when designing your personal bicycle. The benefits are less weight, more strength and great looks.
Fuller Moto, the custom car and motorcycle shop, has developed the Fuller Moto 2029 Majestic motorcycle, a futuristic version of the French 1929 Majestic classic machine.
Designer Josep Bolart launches the Paolo urban mobility concept, a sleek and minimalist 3D printed electric scooter with replaceable parts.
Another world first in additive manufacturing, a 3D printed motorcycle called Light Rider. It's street legal, with a €50,000 euro price tag.
A company in London have managed to 3D print a bike using an interesting sustainable material as the frame - bamboo!
Australian bike brand Bastion Cycles will be debuting its state-of-the-art road race bike, which combines 3D printed titanium lugs with carbon fibre tubes.
Bike falling to pieces? Sick of finding expensive replacements? Check out Trayser, a futuristic e-bike with 3D printable spare parts.
Japanese designer Yanagisawa claims he created the world’s first viable 3D printed road bike. The prototype is made entirely from titanium and carbon fiber.
Energica Motor Company, the Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer, and CRP Technology, the 3D Printing company, worked together on 2019 Ego Corsa race bikes for the upcoming FIM Enel MotoE World Cup.
AREVO, the manufacturer based in Santa Clara, California, has announced the launch of its eBike which has a 3D printed carbon fiber frame and is battery-assisted.
The Slovakian design company Kinazo Design creates 3D printed electrically-powered mountain bike with the help of Volkswagen Slovakia.
A folding performance bike? Preposterous! And yet Montague Bikes have created a no-compromise folding bike with 3D printing technology.
Forget the bus. No more cramped tram. The Open Source Bicycle is the best use of your 3D printer this season.