Handy Bike- 2000

Handy Bike- 2000

The urban concept Handy Bike was introduced in the early 2000s as a competitor to the Sinclair, the world’s smallest folding bicycle. It operates with an easy 3 step folding process. At 35 X 20 X 14 in. when folded and weighing a mere 18 pounds, it is a bicycle made for use in the city but also easy to take when traveling.

 

Handy Bike is marketed to “commuters, captains, campers, jet-setters, Mini or Smart drivers, scooter riders, skaters or people who simply want to enjoy the individual locomotion.” Geared toward a younger crowd, the German-designed, Taiwanese-made bike has its website address prominently displayed on its oversized aluminum frame and a small cult following.

 

Specifications:

Designer/builder: Handy Bike

Country of Origin: Germany

Weight: 8165g/ 18lbs.

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