Free: Racing Bike Model from The Pixel Lab
Pixel Lab shared a great-looking Rondo Ruut CF2 racing bike model that you can download for free! Download this gorgeous detailed model, created in Blender by Szymon Kubicki, as a .blend, an .obj, or a .c4d file.
A Bike Can’t Float on Air!
Check out these city and street models from Pixel Lab that you can use with your Bike model.
Pixel Lab Streets
Prepared for Octane + Redshift + Cinema 4D
The Pixel Lab Streets is a kitbash/texture pack combo product designed to let you create street and road scenes with a few clicks! It includes almost 100 incredibly detailed road textures with dozens of variations. They’re all 4K, PBR based, and incredibly detailed. Also included are nearly 100 kitbash models to spice up your scene. There’s a bit of everything: signs, lightposts, guard rails, trash cans and garbage, bridges, street lights, sidewalks, subway entrances and many more.
Pixel Lab Cityscape + Streets Bundle
Create Your City
The Pixel Lab Modern Cityscape + Streets Bundle has hundreds of building, skyscraper, road and street models/textures for any city scene possible! Save 20% over buying the Cityscape Collection and Streets pack individually.
Maxon Cinema 4D Subscription
3D computer animation, modeling, simulation, and rendering software
Maxon Cinema 4D is a professional 3D modeling, animation, simulation, and rendering software solution. Its fast, powerful, flexible, and stable toolset make 3D workflows more accessible and efficient for design, motion graphics, VFX, AR/MR/VR, game development, and all types of visualization professionals. Cinema 4D produces stunning results, whether working on your own or in a team.
Cinema 4D 2024 provides unmatched speed and performance for the most sophisticated creative scenes. Rigid Body Simulations can now interact with all existing forces, pyro, cloth, and soft bodies. Pyro shines with a hot new feature that allows fire to be emitted from particles and matrices. And the new Vertex Normal tools offer artists unparalleled precision to perfect surfaces.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki