From the Netherlands, wooden flatpack bike can be assembled by anyone

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Regular readers of Springwise may remember Israeli entrepreneur Izhar Gafni's USD 15 cardboard bicycle, a more eco-friendly version of the two wheel vehicle. Now the adopted home of the bicycle – the Netherlands – has produced Sandwichbikes, whose wooden frame can be assembled just like flatpack furniture. Conceived by Amsterdam-based industrial design studio Bleijh, the bicycle is sent to customers in a compact box containing all of the parts and tools they need to build it – less than 50 parts in total. Rather than conceal the DIY nature of the bike, the frame is built primarily from two sides…

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