This is the Tuck Bike, a foldable bicycle built with an innovative design that features a foldable frame and foldable wheels. In just 2 minutes, it shrinks down to a compact size that’s comparable to a weekend bag. Invented by British engineer, Alex Animashaun, the Tuck Bike enables city dwellers to easily commute stress-free without lugging a bike onto crowded mass transit.
Equipped with spinner wheels, the Tuck Bike can also be rolled when folded, which makes it even easier to transport. It has carbon fiber spoked wheel and airless foam tires that fold into three stackable pieces. Puncture-proof, the tires never require pumping.
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Tuck Bike’s design doesn’t compromise its style or performance. The full-size bike weighs just 14kg (30lbs.) and folds down to about 61 x 83 x 37cm. This cleverly-built bike can also be easily stored and fits under a desk or in the trunk of a small car.