Brooklyness Universal Bike
Buying a bike based solely on frame size may be a thing of the past and, perhaps not surprisingly, it’s thanks to an outfit from Brooklyn.
The hipster capital of the world has birthed the Universal Bike. Created by Brooklyness (via Inhabitat) this bicycle can be adjusted to fit 99 percent of the population, according to its maker.
The design allows nearly everything to be customized, from the frame length to the angle of the front fork and seat tube. Adjusting these elements to a specific rider’s body helps distribute weight more evenly, relieving stress on contact points like the handlebars and seat for a more comfortable ride.