Quick bike light design. Main features:
-Large area light and storage inside
-Attaches to a common engineering point- the rear angled seat rails.
– 2 part design housing, Cleanly and simply held together with 4 high power magnets.
– No faffing, easy to access the inside as the front snaps off. No messing with bloody zippers or rolls and clips that are a large pain in the arse.
Generate some ideas and get the conversation started
What if we went to market with something so simple? something that consumers would love, yet not a big deal on the pocket then go from there.
A quick sketch regarding bike lights, how can one make them small, highly desirable and integrate with other pieces of kit. Easy, the technology has come a long way with led’s and power sources, now small compact and easy to attach via simple methods.
A company could come out with a line of products that address the flexibility needs of a consumer pretty easy to make a point of differentiation in the market. Create a brand and expand into other areas.
The Chrome Kadet is pretty cool, its a small over the shoulder messenger bag. I would do a couple of things to make it a bit more bike friendly, which would include a camera mod for a smaller mirrorless camera setup and maybe some new materials to breathe better in the straps and back panel. This would be a great gravel grinder companion, for gear and photos.
Some linework for a bicycle design that I have been working on for a while, in the background. The bike is a mixed up, a combination of an all season aero inspired road bike, but interestingly the fork, headset area has some strong design language that give it an “S” Vibe. After going through a lot of configurations and geometry tweaks I decided on some classic road wheelbase, I’m imagining that the frame is carbon and the integrated rear fender is cleverly detachable. I played around with the large mid surface and breaking it up a bit, but ended up liking the full encapsulated style, maybe an area for branding but a vey visually different and future style. Sort of reminded me of the Trek Y bikes when they came around in the mid 90’s and how striking they were.