17.11.14 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: Folding Electric Bike That Fits Inside A Backpack

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Introducing the world’s smallest folding electric bike that actually fits inside of a backpack! The “Impossible” was just launched on Kickstarter and has already more than tripled its funding goal. It can travel up to 12.4 mph for 45 minutes or at normal speed for up to 15.6 miles. Watch the video, to see someone actually riding the bike, below.


 

“Impossible” Folding Electric Bike on Kickstarter

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • warriorman222

    That i simply the best, most awesome concept i’ve seen.

  • Kenntron

    So necessary

    • Nicolas De La Torre

      So was sliced bread and look what happened.

  • P.edal

    What about the whole idea of treading the pedals? This Is not my idea of “biking”.

    best Regards, A dane who bikes alot

  • Budisanto Tanoto

    great concept! sorry if I ask a question that has been asked, but I wonder; how if I wanna turn right/left? how would it tackle up/downhills? thanks in advance.





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