Puma and Biomega have announced the launch of Puma Bikes, a full range of collaborative bikes by the two brands.
“The 5 models in the 2010 PUMA Bike range are Disko, Funk, Nevis (Man & Lady) and Pico.
The Disko bike features a locking system integrated as part of the structural framework of the bike, intend to both safeguard the bike from theft and simplify the commuting process by alleviating the need for a separate lock.
The Funk let’s you switch between a fixed gear and a single gear. It has 28” wheels and mixes city bike features and track bike features to create a new typology.
The Nevis (Man & Lady) mixes city bike features with those of a cruiser designed to hold the body in a laid back, upright position. Large, comfortable and sturdy, the bike comes with the option of a innovative front carrier for transport of everyday needs. Featuring lightweight aluminum frame, Shimano Acera 8 speed gear set and unique color blocking, the bike is the perfect ride in any city.
The Pico is a unisex with a fashionable twist of bold color blocking. The bike features a lightweight aluminum frame, Shimano Acera 8 speed gear set and the option of an oversized front carrier. Small, sturdy and convertible, the Pico Bike references a BMX style bike but holds the body of any upright.”
While we have always liked the Puma x Biomega range, mostly for the ease of use and comfort, we have to add here that it is a little scary that the most interesting thing that Puma is coming out with these days is actually a bike and not a sneaker.
Many more images of the new bikes follow after the jump.