IziBi Folding Bike by Renato Gschwend

When we saw IziBi for the first time in our inbox, we really like it. IziBi is a compact, stylish and portable mountain bicycle which is specially designed for extremists with single rear and front suspension. The frame is made of a reinforced carbon fiber polymer and the direct drive mechanism is made of aluminum alloy which is not only strong but also reduces the maintenance expenses. You will be able to fold the bicycle entirely by simply pressing the top and bottom switches on the frame and ...
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Antares Lift Portable Track Bicycle

Antares Lift is an innovative foldable and space saving bicycle concept that was intended for the cycling lovers and green commuter. This concept bicycle is a step away from the traditional mechanical aesthetic and carries in some organic elements that are found in nature. The design gets the inspiration from the orchid leaf and the outline of a tear drop and some remarkable features includes single-speed drive, rear and front brakes and an integrated set of energy efficient LED tail and headlam...
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Fold Bergmonch Bike into A Backpack, Perfect for Camping or Hiking !

The Bergmonch bike is a unique device that is a compilation of innovation and utility. On the hills you can use this as an easy to carry backpack wherein in the valleys it is a multi-purpose vehicle that aids you to roam around here and there without an obstruction. It features a great color combination in black and orange. The wheels are having orange enhancements in black background match very well with the backpack portion. Two black handles provide the user with a firm and comfortable grip. ...
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Rotation City Bike : Rotate and Fold Your Bike !

Designer Yirong Yang has brought forward a truly interesting bicycle design at International Bicycle Design Challenge. 'Rotation' is a city rotating and folding bike concept design which seems to be a combination of unicycle and bicycle. You can make a choice as to what you wish to ride and consequently you can fiddle with the axis to give preferred shape. Although unicycle is for adventurers and will be a challenge for a normal human being to ride still riders admire it for its unique design. B...
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With One Urban Bike, You Can Fold Your Bike into A Compact Round-Shaped

Folding urban bike is great concept of flexibility. Today a lot of emphasis is being given to flexibility and sustainability with respect to mode of transport. In these lines comes the concept designed by English designer Thomas Jowen. He has named this conceptual design as 'One', which is an urban bike that can be folded when not in use. The bike has a standard handle with saddle as in any bike but the difference being that it looks sporty. When it is folded, it makes a compact round shaped des...
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Backpack Bicycle : Portable Bike, Anytime, Anywhere …

Many of us carry our hearts up our sleeve, how about your means of transport? If the design developed by Chang Ting Jen is to be seen, he has designed a cycle what we can call as the Backpack Bicycle. As per the designer, with more and more emphasis being given to the public transport system, it's not physically possible to explore a city depending solely on such a transport system and that is where his invention comes handy. It weighs just 5.5kg and also doubles up as a hand cart whenever neces...
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“Sunny Day” Bike with Solar Panel

Sunny Day is designed for daily urban commuting which is a 10 to 30 minutes ride, it is a pedal-powered with full time electrical power assistant, the battery could be charged either by plug or solar energy. The solar panel is mounted in the front of the bicycle, so whenever there is a sunshine, you can charge the battery. Sunny Day bike integrates the solar panel and the bike with aerodynamically shaped, to make it fashionable bike. Sunny Day bike is light, clean, and foldable. (more&he...
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Folding Urban Concept Bike from Cube Bikes

Modern folding bike from da - designers is not the only folding bike concept. Cube bikes has worked with Gregor Dauth to design urban street concept bike, that's when this folding urban concept bike was born. Based on the idea of swiss army a folding knife, in order to fit into a smart car, you need a bike that can be folded to fit into a rucksack. No more excuse that you don't have space in your car for your bike. Designer : Gregor Dauth...
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Traveling with Your Bike ? Use Suitcase Bike

Story behind this suitcase bike from the designer Gosha Galitsky : Being a big bicycle enthusiast, it always bothered me to see how little cooperation exists between public transport and bicycles. It seems to be a perfect solution for commuting- an alliance between safe intercity transport (such as trains, buses and airplanes) and short-range non polluting bicycles which can zip you through the congested city like a breeze and park in your room or your cubicle at work.However, I only saw this ha...
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Modern Urban Folding Bike

Genius is a modern urban folding bike, ideal for commuters who need to travel short distances of 10 to 20 minutes between underground stations, the workplace and the home. It still rolls when folded and can therefore be comfortably used even in large congested cities. The compact design of the Genius ensures unlimited mobility. It can be carried, rolled or ridden, and with its well-thought-out functional and ergonomic design and release mechanism it is easy to handle. The aerodynamic look of the...
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