Imagine you got a bicycle quite compact to backpack during your travel either in train or bus and use it for short bursts from station to reach your destination that also it improves the urban traffic and our environment!
It’s the best proposition which everyone wants in our life. However, present situation on contrary doesn’t give you that much flexibility and comfort.
Now, to solve this problem, a German bike company founder Karsten Bettin has invented a tiny bike called ‘Kwiggle’, the most compact bicycle in the world.
Kwiggle Bicycle (Images credit: Kwiggle via Newatlas)
The Kwiggle bike, after an additional three years of development and tweaking, it’s finally currently live at Kickstarter for a goal of €195,000 and still 46 days to go!
Kwiggle Founder Karsten Bettin (Images credit: Kwiggle)
The bike folds down into a 55 x 40 x 25 cm (21.7 x 15.7 x 9.8 in) package and weighs only 8.5 kg (18.7 lb). It allows riding up to 30 km/h and available in black and white color.
According to Kwiggle team, the bike is constructed with wrought-alloy aluminum and has one-piece wheels, one-piece forks, and a curved rear frame with difference cross sections to make it light weight.
On Kwiggle you’re biking upright, almost upstanding but also supported by the seat. Hence, Kwiggle bike is orthopedically seen as a pleasant mixture of biking and walking.
It doesn’t matter how tall you are. Due to an adjustable seat device; everyone is able to ride the Kwiggle.
Starts supporting this innovative compact bike campaign at Kickstarter and let it become a huge success for benefiting the commuters, resolving the urban traffic issues and finally saves our environment.