We are experts in design and engineering of bicycles and mobility products, including ebikes, mountain bikes, cargo bikes, wheelchairs and mobility scooters. From idea up to production.
We can handle your complete bicycle design or ebike development project, from strategy, design, prototyping up to implementation and manufacturing support.
High end 3D CAD programs help us to build complex surface models of carbon, steel or aluminium frames.
Our good contacts with many suppliers in the bike industry help us to select and test the right components and drivetrain solutions, both for e-bikes and non electric bikes.
In our e-bike and bicycle development, we use sound design and simulation techniques to arrive at the best solutions for suspension, the best kinematics and state of the art geometry.
We design, build and test prototypes on usage, performance and durability.
We ourselves are mountain bike riders and cyclists, riding a lot abroad, but also daily through the Amsterdam traffic on city bikes and cargo e-bikes. We know what works and what does not work.
We help your team with building a visionary design strategy and creating breakthrough solutions. After that we refine the proof of concepts with award winning product design and robust product development.
The Instinctiv M-series is a range of high-end mountain bikes. Combining confidence inspiring geometry, great design and a patented suspension platform in an engaging package using 8% recycled automotive carbon in the process.
The bikes come both in a 27.5 inch and 29 inch version and are equipped with high-end German made Pinion gearbox drivetrains.
We have been involved from the very beginning of the project, with the development of the kinematics and the suspension platform. Both design and detailed engineering of the carbon frame was done by our design team, up to manufacturing support and test riding.
In the course of the project we developed several drivetrain components as well, like a new chain tensioner and trigger shifter.
This new crossover ebike for the US market is using elegant, yet aggressive forms in the frame to communicate the sporty and adventurous character.
The bike is targeted at people above 50 years of age that like to use the bike as a leisure bike, going out into nature and taking a gravel path now and then.
Big tires and a slightly sporty geometry give the bike some offroad genes, while the rear hub motor and nicely integrated battery give the bike the looks of a bio-bike.
The new Comin’ is light and foldable, making it the perfect companion on short trips. The patented s-curved steering column makes sure that the scooter is large enough to ride, but can be folded compactly.
It has been equipped with a powerful foot-operated brake, offering great braking performance during wet weather conditions.
At this moment there are several wheelchair projects under development, which are not able to show yet, like offroad wheelchairs for kids, electric wheelchairs and foldable electric mobility scooters.
Entrepreneurs and leaders work with our specialized product design firm to develop the best bicycles, sport products, medical devices and professional tools.
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