The Contortionist Bike Is Like an Actual Contortionist
Aug 05, 2009 17:25
If people can become contortionist then why can't bikes?
Designed by a 24-year-old student from London, the bike's claim to greatness is its ability to fold within the circumference one of its wheels. He claims he designed it because he "couldn't find a folding bicycle I liked," and he "wanted something that could take a bit of punishment and that you could have fun with."
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