Burton Avery, the industrial designer at Civia, posted the first in a series of articles about the design process behind their belt drive Bryant. From the blog post:
I’m the industrial designer here at Civia. I collaborate with a team of people, such as engineers and a brand manager, on Civia’s products. I am responsible for what industrial designers call form, or the way our products look in terms of shape.
In the next few blog posts I’ll be delving in to the design process for the Civia Bryant. By explaining design features in detail, hopefully you’ll get the idea that the Civia Bryant is more than just the sum of it’s parts. The Bryant’s modular dropout allows for a range of different drivetrain solutions.