The Collapsible ‘Zoomla' Bicycle by Eric Stoddard

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: May 3, 2009   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: bicycledesign.blogspot & speedstudiodesign
Eric Stoddard's Zoomla is a folding bike with a built-in backpack that is small enough to fit in a school locker once it's broken down. Stoddard says the bike folds up in 2 seconds flat.

The Zoomla bicycle is driven by levers and uses small wheels for its compact design. Eric was the designer of the Trik-E concept bike that we previously featured.

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