Eames, Corbusier and Apple: design icons who embody sober elegance through simplicity. The track bicycle brings that tradition back to the streets, a machine without a gearbox, brakes or free wheel. Originated from the track cycling sport and branded into NY’s streets through the bicycle couriers internal competition against time fought with skill and strength. One of the most balanced and adjusted classic pieces was built by the German bike enthusiasts of Bergamont. The bike is based on an filigree steel frame featuring the single gear elegance to fit for the urban jungle.