No, this bike is not made out of glass. The Clarity bike is the next project within the material focus of designaffairs’ studio projects which focus on using amazing materials of our library in new contexts.

We believe that the Clarity Bike could be a giant leap forward in bicycle frame engineering and production. The design takes advantage of an advanced polymer which combines high impact resistance, lightweight properties and a gentle flexibility that usually would only be expected on an old Italian steel frame.

The polymer is injection moulded, which allows affordable and precise mass production while enabling unique form factors and a multitude of possible colour combinations. Initially the polymer was used in military applications.  Even though the compound has a lower density than polycarbonate & acrylic it’s advanced performance includes exceptional impact resistance and ultra-lightweight performance. It also offers outstanding chemical resistance and thermal stability as it is virtually unaffected by most organic and inorganic chemicals and withstands very hot and cold temperatures.

In our understanding the perfect material match for creating a low cost bicycle characterised by convenience and an unmatched unique style.

5 comments to... “Clarity Bike”

I had a dream last night about a clear bicycle and when i woke up i searched it on the internet. This is the only one that seems to exist. It’s pretty good but let’s get clear spokes and rims! clear tires! clear hubs! clear all the way


Could the seatpost and handlebars be made of this? Is it essentially Trivex?

Michael Tonkin

How do I get one?



it is just a concept. I am sorry :)


Maybe next time :D


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