Erik Urban offers a smooth, responsive, and powerful ride through the urban landscape. Whether on your daily commute, or exploring the city by bicycle, Erik is a lively companion. Born of volcanic rock, lightweight, and an outright game-changer in designing for more sustainable cities, Erik guarantees years of high-power, low-maintenance riding in all conditions – and the unique design is sure to turn heads. All components are carefully selected to provide a solid and functional product without too much maintenance.
In collaboration with “Det Cyklende Galleri” we offer a 10% discount when you first order one of our bicycles.
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Coh&Co Copenhagen was founded by Mette Walsted Kristiansen and Paul Harder Cohen. Mette and Paul both have a background in product design and development, and both have a strong history in the yachting industry. The result of their design work speaks for itself. Coh&Co has made it its mission to increase awareness among cyclists about what affects maintenance and the ownership of a bicycle. They have developed a cradle-to-grave ownership program for their products that is reflected through a unique ownership experience. Starting with the development process where they have pushed the boundaries with their sustainable material technology “Stoneweave” – they come full circle with a transferable lifetime buy-back scheme. Every registered Coh&Co bike can be recycled at the end of its functional life. Coh&Co calls this ecosystem “Recapture” and that’s why they say that they build Bicycles for Life.
The opening speech will be given by Henrik Christopher Flensborg.
In 2021, His Royal Majesty, King of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf Henrik Christopher honored with the Royal Order of the Polar Star – for his work in climate finance. After the speech, the world’s first green gallery will be introduced. (Zero Emissions)
The first exhibiting artist is Anna Louise Flensburg.
Anna Louise moved from Bornholm to Ebeltoft in the autumn of ‘21. Works from 2018 onwards will be exhibited.
The Cycling Gallery brings the exhibition climate-neutral from the opening event in Horsens to Ebeltoft. Here, the works are presented on Havnevej 1, until 1 May.
The Cycling Gallery is set on wheels by the Zealand factory Coh & Co, known for the world’s first bicycle in recyclable materials, bicycles in wood, and the cheeky CargoBike “Anna”.