Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Roel Vandebeek's better bicycle stand

The streets of NYC, at a glance, seem to provide a ubiquitous bike rack model, well, besides trees and poles. You know the one. It resembles a wet noodle with alternating U-turns. We can't help but think that Roel Vanderbeek's attractive and space-saving design would make a dandy trade-out for the old hat mainstay. The bent steel check-mark structure retains a slim profile, just large enough to cradle a front wheel and provide a spot to lock up. Vanderbeek's bike stand design is part of the Wolters' Street Furniture collection.

Posted by: Jeannie Choe | via* core 77


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