The minimal and contemporary logo mark takes centre stage for the visual identity. The chain-link and bike switch icon encapsulates the business offerings for the brand, an instantly recognisable icon easy for the business to stick and stamp on emails, paperwork and merchandise.
Influenced by luxury leathers, brush metals, and the intricacies of e-bike mechanics, we were able to develop a sophisticated colour palette and design language that elevates the brand’s core message without overcomplicating or overwhelming.
The spoke lines in the ads break up blocks of colour and provide dynamism to the high quality photography, connecting text and image seamlessly and neatly. The contemporary brand identity creates an established feel, building trust with the brand.
We swapped the stock photos, bulky interfaces and boring templates for a mixture of studio photography, lean graphics and high quality video.
Iconography is used to highlight the bespoke delivery service which sets Spoke and Motor aside from its competitors.
The messaging is clear, Spoke & Motor’s aim is precise, and the design style fits perfectly with the expectations of a luxury brand but remodels it for an emerging market. From start the finish the customer is in good hands. Once a bike is sold the rider is not forgotten.
Through our research and discovery process, we highlighted the important part branding could play in the bespoke handover experience. We designed a premium handover box that contains all the important docs, warranty info, hand-signed contact details and certificate of ownership, so the customer feels appreciated and confident in their purchase.
Spoke and Motor hold this quality customer care at the heart of their business. A bespoke handover and delivery process allows them to outclass their competition. We supported Spoke & Motor with a toolkit to clearly communicate their offering in a premium and stylish way, easily adaptable for future tweaks and expansion.
“I’m so please we used Turtle and Hare for our branding. Working with Lucas remotely using Zoom, we told him what we wanted out to achieve and he came up with a full brand identity that resonates with out customer demographic. Every body has a mate that can ‘sort out a logo’ but it is definitely worth using a professional design company that understands that a brand isn’t a logo. If you are starting a business or looking to get more customers it is worth talking to the guys at Turtle and Hare.” – Spoke and Motor