Instead of running to catch the bus or geting stuck in the bicycle rush every morning, try the Pigeon Kickscooter and glide to work or school on a compact scooter without being out-of-breath and sweaty.
Created by Lithuanian designer Ignas Survilla, the cleverly constructed compact scooter is lightweight and shockingly aesthetic. The neon colored two-wheeler is also highly functional -- one press will fold the Pigeon Kickscooter in half. What makes the nifty transporter even more unique is that even the handlebars collapse into themselves to make sure the Pigeon is simple and small enough to carry on the subway, the bus or even an elevator.
"My ambition is for the people throughout the world to change their approach to things that seem unchangeable and to turn hurrying into a pleasant and useful process," says Survila.
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