BOS

BOS, the second Biomega bicycle and Jens Martin Skibsted’s MoMA collected design is updated. The groundbreaking design that mixes American and European bicycle typologies is a valid urban tool. The BOS, named after the bicycle city where design partner - PUMA - houses its HQ is a street bike with a BMX flair.

This Instant Icon - part of the collections at the New York and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art - is street friendly and streetwise, no matter where the roads take you. Industrial art at its finest, but art made for the city: with its thick tires and low center of gravity, it goes where standard city bikes don’t. The Boston includes a front and rear disc brake and comes as an eight gear. Best part, you can leave your U-Lock at home. A wire that doubles as a lock is also a crucial piece of the bike’s geometry. A would-be thief who cuts the cord would find the bike as spineless as himself.

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BOS, the second Biomega bicycle and Jens Martin Skibsted’s MoMA collected design is updated.


Technical Specifications

Frame

Biomega aluminium frame

with CNC logo in down tube


Fork

Biomega aluminium fork

(night glow effect on white bikes)


Drivetrain

Gates Carbon belt drive


Handlebar

Biomega aluminum handlebar


Saddle

Black with embossed logo


Front and rear brake

Shimano hydraulic disc brakes


Gears

8 speed Shimano Alfine


Rim

- 24" aluminium rim


Tires

24x1.5 tire with reflective strip


Size

Unisize


Weight

10,8 kg

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