We have seen the future of transportation, and the “Impossible Bike” is one of the must-have gadgets. China-based engineers have spent 3-years designing a foldable bicycle that fits in a backpack and is capable of hitting 12 mph (20 km/h) on the road, thanks to a ten 2,900 mAh battery-powered brushless electric motor. It weighs just under 11-pounds and when folded, is 17-inches tall. When fully charged, riders can expect a range of 15.6-miles. Continue reading to see it in-action and for more information.
“Another space-saving measure is the combining of the seat and carry case. As the saddle is detachable and shaped to fit the folded bike snugly inside (the seatpost and handlebars notwithstanding), it protects the batteries and motor from the elements should you need to store it outside,” says Gizmag.