The Design Language of Magicycle

  

The Design Language of MagicycleThe Design Language of Magicycle

Rooted in electric manufacturing and design for over 15 years, Magicycle Team has always considered better designs as our life-long pursuit. Although Magicycle is still a new brand that accesss to public view for less than 1 year, a distinctive and complete design language has come into being gradually as a result of the combination of our rich experiences, multifaceted analysis about our future development, and most significantly, your precious feedbacks. Make our bike powerful and pretty by designing them in depth and in detail.To get more news about electric bikes for adults, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.
Design Language is an overarching scheme or style that guides the design of a complement of products. Here I'd like to share how our bikes manifest our design languge.To get more news about fat tire electric bike for sale, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.
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1) Frame, battery box, rear rack come into one thanks to highly visual integral design. The bike looks compact with a strong sense of integration.To get more news about fatest ebike, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.

2) The top tube and rear fork, which are made of an exclusive tube material mold developed by MAgicycle Team, have a uniform diamond-cut cross-section. From the side view, the planes and lines of the top tube and rear fork maintain a high degree of visual fluidity. From a top view, the top surface of the top tube and the diamond-cut bevels on both sides are in perfect harmony with the the bevels of the battery box, stressing a all-around perfect coordination.

3) The rear rack is made of aluminum alloy, which is stronger and will never get rust and corroded (while Himiway's wooden plate on the rear rack may look nice for a while but probably won't last for long because wood will get corrode anyway ). Our aluminum alloy rear rack is more practical and more practical.

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