15 thoughts on “The worlds smallest folding bike

  1. XD they did film it only on the way down the road XD… so if i want to go
    back up the road?????? i really think the only way is walk

  2. Can you really compare this “Bike” to the others shown in the video. Is
    this really a bike. I don’t know if anyone else noticed, but there is no
    power, my definition of bike would mean there would be a way to power
    it…..some kind of foot/hand crank. If you fail to have one then you have
    a skate board with a handle and seat. Maybe it’s closer to a stand up
    scooter just missing a seat. It’s small but I don’t think it’s a bike.

  3. There is few to none communication between creators and backers. Usually
    questions are replied, more and more infos are supplied.
    With this “company” everything is very vague.
    There is no real company. They have no address. No website.
    Backers asks questions, most of them are unreplied.
    No updates whatsoever.
    If you do crowdfunding, everybody has the right to get some infos. At least
    they
    are lending you money. Probably a lot: the campaign will end anywhere
    between 500k and 1 million!
    I see it coming, saw it a lot of times: bad communication, no transparency
    and a final product which can´t deliver the promises.
    … and all a year later than originally planned.
    Kickstarter needs to built in panilties. 

  4. from wikipedia. “BIKE: A bicycle, often called a bike or cycle, is a
    human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels
    attached to a frame, one behind the other. A bicycle rider is called a
    cyclist, or bicyclist.”

    This is not a bike, it’s not human powered or pedal driven. It has a motor.
    It’s not a bike. It’s a very good idea, but, it’s not a bike, it’s
    something else.

  5. this thing almost have no accums and no pedals.

    it will drive about 500 meters – if no acclivity of course.

    if some rise or ascent – 100 meters at most. 

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