I’m not sure you can even call it a folding bike, because the Somerset utilizes a MUCH more effective system to shrink down to a compact size! At the heart of the design is a horseshoe-shaped, tubular frame that’s used as a slide rail. The circular steel structure and semi-arc frames can be transformed into a rollable handcart in seconds, making it easy to transfer between cycling and other forms of transportation like the subway or bus. Its small compact size also makes it convenient to store when not in use. Better yet, the unique arc and overall shape is as functional as it is beautiful, especially when compared to true folding bike designs.
Designer: Kaiser Chang
( H/T: Yanko Design )