Bike concept folds to a quarter of its original size and has battery power

Jul 6, 2010
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A bike concept that folds to a quarter of its original size might interest some of you thanks to that feature alone. When you wrap that ability to fold to a much smaller size, with an electrical assist motor for hill climbing even more geeks get excited.

The concept is called the TwoQuarter and gets electric power from a lithium battery pack that is in the black case on the rear of the bike. That battery appears to act as a fender as well to keep mud and dirt off the rider.

The bike can be folded in half and if you really need space it can be folded to a quarter of its original size. The battery pack can be charged for the AC outlet and is designed to help propel the bike uphill. When riding downhill the battery gets a bit of a recharge.


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