A new concept of (also hybrid) bike is born between design, innovation and research. Everyone has their “Black Beast”. The most difficult rise, an unbeatable rival, an irrational fear, are feelings that often leave no room for any possible reaction. There is only one way to deal with it: creativity. From creativity “Bestianera” is born, daughter of an intuition accompanied by advanced technological content, created from a functional and synthetic “gesture” developed into a sleek design and highly innovative experimental details. ACDD department (Advanced Cycling Design Department) has been created by T°RED with the stated goal of bringing its revolutionary approach to the world of mobility on two wheels. “Bestianera” is the first creature of T°REDc – ACDD. A completely new concept for a bike, an exclusive design and the possibility of different configurations and uses make “Bestianera” a unique animal in the cycling world: a bicycle with unique performances, lightweight, high-performance, technology driven and with an attractive, provocative and ironic design. It is born to let you move in the city with a unique means, and to run fast on the road or on the track. You simply chose between the possible configurations, just like what you do with a sports car. “Bestianera STreetRacer+” is the first bike in the world with pedal assistance made entirely of carbon fiber with a power unit integrated into the “all in one” hub and weighing less than 10 kg including batteries! The sporty frame of the “Bestianera” – which takes its origin from “track” geometries – with an organic and dynamic design combines the unique performances of lightness derived from the processing of the monocoque unidirectional carbon fiber with an incredible strength and driving comfort. “Bestianera” was created to become a “thing to ride” in which cool design and technique are an exclusive, unique and inimitable melting pot. Bestianera will be soon available to order, if you have any question in the meanwhile please write us at design(at)tred(dot)me You can also read the interview on La Gazzetta dello Sport (sorry, only Italian) and watch other pictures.