A consortium of SMEs from the Dutch province of Limburg and companies at Brightlands Chemelot Campus is developing an unbreakable lightweight road bike, which is made one-by-one, entirely to the wishes of the individual user. The first prototype is scheduled to be ready in about half a year. But how much a cyclist will have to pay for this Limburg innovation product is still unclear: that will only be determined after the construction of the prototype.
Read all the articles in our archive by becoming a member of Innovation Origins. Sign up here as a supporter of independent journalism!
Become a member!
On Innovation Origins you can read the latest news about the world of innovation every day. We want to keep it that way, but we can't do it alone! Are you enjoying our articles and would you like to support independent journalism? Become a member and read our stories guaranteed ad-free.