Oftentimes people who bike in the city are limited as to what they can carry from place to place, and how much groceries to take home, but the Kiffy aims to solve this problem.
Designed by Agency 360, the bike has a section on the front that allows for a larger load to be carried. Instead of just having one wheel here, two have been added for additional stability. Oftentimes that's a big problem with two-wheelers: there just isn't enough balance when riding. Since riding a bike through the city is dangerous in the first place, it's important with this design to have certain safety features in place. Moreover, this front section can then be completely removed and wheeled into a store, then reattached when the rider is ready to leave.
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