This truly portable foldable electric bicycle can fit into a backpack. Currently seeking finances on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, the Impossible bike is from Chinese startup Impossible Technologies.
The small and lightweight vehicle resembles a triangle when collapsed. In four steps the bike can be opened up as all the parts stay attached to each other. Its steel carrying case also acts as a shock-absorbing seat. Where as traditional bike designs feature a horizontal bar, this foldable electric bicycle utilizes futuristic circles, which can hold a maximum weight of 85 kg. The two-wheeler doesn't have pedals either, yet still travels up to 12.4 miles per hour.
Currently the electric bike comes in two styles: black and white. Moving forwards, Impossible Technology hopes to add accessories and custom options.
The Impossible Foldable Electric Bicycle Fits Into a Backpack
Alyson Wyers — November 21, 2014 — Autos
References: kickstarter & springwise