Buttery-smooth cycling experience with crossover elegance. We merged the best of a chromoly mini velo with the quietly smooth GATES Caron Drive belt, into a sleek, minimal modern design

Cross Velo MINI (aka CVM) is our proud minivelo solution toward low maintain urban cycling. It was formed in 2018 with a simple premise: to build contemporary urban minivelos combined with cycling historical consciousness.

From 2017, we began doing ideation and researches toward elevated chainstay, the essential feature to run belt-driven without frame breaking. Eventually we found a viable direction from cross-frame, a frame type had been evolved long time ago since 19th century.

We named it Cross Velo MINI, whereas symbolizes the cross-frame and crossover philosophy as well.

Despite the popularity of composite material, CVM is set to be made by chromoly steel. The combined property of structure and material represents great stiffness in light weight. The contrast and elegance of Cross Velo MINI is the true element to its wonderful riding experience.

*CVM has obtained compliance of ISO-4210, and patents approved by EU, Japan and Taiwan.

GA8

USD$1995
  • Original chrome-plating cut finishing
  • GATES Carbon Drive
  • Shimano ALFINE 8-Speed Internal Gear Hub
  • Bullhorn Handlebar
  • Front rack & fender available

DN8

USD$1100
  • Matt black with CP cut finishing
  • DRIVELINE Belt Drive
  • Shimano NEXUS 8-Speed Internal Gear Hub
  • Riser Handlebar
  • Front rack & fender available

Cross Velo MINI wins Red Dot in Bicycle Design for high design quality

Taipei, April 12, 2021. PEI HUA Design has been successful in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021. The international jury has awarded Cross Velo MINI the distinction “Red Dot”, which stands for high design quality.
Red Dot Design Yearbook 2021/22
From June 22 2021, Cross Velo MINI will be included in the exhibition “Design on Stage” in the Red Dot Design Museum Essen, where all of the award-winning products are showcased. Visitors to the museum can experience the quality of the designs in a space that features contemporary design solutions and historical industrial architecture.
 
With more than 18,000 entries, the Red Dot Award is one of the world’s largest design competitions. In 1955, a jury convened for the first time to assess the best designs of the day. The award winners are presented in the yearbooks, museums and online. More information is available at www.red-dot.org