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How far can you go reducing an ergonomically designed handle? Usually, ‘ergonomic design’ is very visible, mostly a visible reason to justify. So what if the ergonomic thoughts about a bike handle are hidden? The result is a play with perception. It is a paradoxical experience, because the actual shape of the handle only emerges when accessing. The inner core is ‘ergonomically designed’, shaped to offer grip, but the outer shell is soft, having no visible adapted shape. Though it is reacting – the harder the grip of the hand gets, the more of the shape of the core is accessible. The shape emerges only during use.