The conceptual 'Praxis' bicycle has been created to offer commuters an efficient piece of equipment that will enable them to get around town without having to deal with larger units that are presently on the market.
Designed by Onur Uslu, the bicycle features a quick-release system that enables it to collapse all at once, which makes it ideal for when you've arrived at the train station or need to toss it in your trunk. When you're ready to ride it once again, the bike can be set to go in mere seconds to keep you as agile as possible during your morning or evening commute.
The 'Praxis' bicycle boasts a shaft transmission, has a slim aesthetic and identifies the increased need for compact yet efficient ways to get around urban areas.
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