Sada Collapsible Bike

Jun 8, 2016

Category: Rides

There are some things we like when they’re collapsible, and some we don’t. Collapsible Jenga towers when it’s your opponent’s turn? Very good. Collapsible bridges? Very very bad. Collapsible bicycles? Hmm… tell us more.

The Sada Bike takes the breakdown process to new heights with its lack of spokes, even with 26” wheels, letting you fold it up in a single movement and stuff it into the packaging container that doubles as a backpack, or maybe Kevin Durant’s back pocket. But don’t whip out your AmEx yet, because the bike is currently just a working prototype as creator Gianluca Sada looks to round up some investors to lend a hand. Come on millionaires, pony up! [Purchase]

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