D-Bike is my senior year project in college, I put all four year learning into this project, and also fortunately I won a Reddot award which is one of known design competition in that year. it helps me to learn a product development process in real world which I've had to collaborate with factory side and their engineers.
Almost all the components of D-Bike are made from reinforced honeycomb cardboard.
They are all punched out from a pre-cut card board sheet.
Parents and their kids work together to assemble the bike, enhancing the parent-child relationship in the process.
And the intention is also that kids will learn from the assembly process.
Kids can create their own drawings on the provide self-adhesive paper, and stick them on the each side of the bike.
A unique bike is create!! the kids have themselves a nice ride.
They will gain the confidence and have fun during the creation and also assembly.