T-Bike by Jung Tak Proposes an Efficient System for Renting Pushbikes

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 12, 2012 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
As cycling becomes an ever more popular activity in congested cities, solutions like this concept called T-Bike by Jung Tak would prove undoubtedly useful. The proposal calls for the incredibly dense storage of a great number of bicycles so that there should always be enough man-powered conveyances to go around.

The tiny transparent shipping container would assume less area than a parking space. As such, the bike rack could be situated on a sidewalk, in a building or a parking garage without causing any serious obstruction. Its small size would also make it easy to transport it on the back of a truck so that the two-wheeler vending machines can be positioned at public exhibitions and events or simply rotated around the city. T-Bike by Jung Tak would enable people to use a smartphone app to reserve and pay for their ride. Stats for Close-Packed Bicycle Storage Trending: Older & Buzzing
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