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How Have The Famous Bicycle Brands Designed Their Bike Logo Designs

Author : Tammys Beckers   Top Author


Before you go off to crafting your own bike company’s brand mark, you should know how the giants of the industry have created theirs.

Let’s have a look at some of the famous bicycle companies and their business emblems.


TIME:
This famous French bicycle manufacturer has crafted their bike logo simply and sophisticatedly. It simply contains the company name in straight fonts that are slanted in one direction to represent speed. The prominent red color in the emblem makes it look energetic and attractive.


Colnago:
This famous Italian road bike manufacturer uses an image that is similar to the clubs that are used in the playing cards. This adds an imaginative and traditional touch to the emblem.


Trek:
This American company’s symbol consists of the business name with an image of a shield. The prominent colors of the shield are red and silver which adds a chic and stylish look to the monogram.


Schwinn:
This American manufacturers’ brand mark consists of a round monogram with an image of a four edged star in the center. Red and silver colors are used in the emblem that makes it attractive and sophisticated. Overall, the symbol is compact and condensed which makes it suitable to be adorned in any vehicle.


Merida:
China’s famous bike emblem consists of the business name in sharp edged and slightly slanted fonts with a symbol accompanying it that resembles a lightning bolt. The black and white colors of the monogram along with the florescent green add a sharp and attractive look to the trademark.


Cannondale:
This famous US brand bike company emblem contains an image of an almost abstract image of the letter ‘C’ that represents the corporation name. The sharp edges of the letter along with the classic combination of black and white add a sophisticated touch to the symbol.


Marin:
Here, you will notice that this manufacturer started off their emblem with a shield that consisted of an image of a mountain bear and an American flag but later altered it to consist only of an illustration of the bear. Their latest design only contains an image of the business name in sharp edged and straight fonts that represent the aggressive nature of their corporation and product.


NICOLAI:
The unique fact about this German mountain bike logo is that the business name is crafted with letters that are inverted which makes it look like a code. The thick, straight and sharp fonts add to the appeal.


A common component that was noticed in all of these emblems was the depiction of speed in their trademark; whether it was through the image of an animal or through the slanted fonts. No matter what images were used for the emblem, the fonts were crafted to be straight and sharp edged to represent professionalism and proficiency of the corporation.


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Tammy Becker is a senior graphic design consultant at a professional graphic design company. For more information bike logo please contact at mountain bike logo.

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