Volkswagon Puts Fold-up "Bik.e" in the Back of Every Car



Designed to go from a 12.5mph electric bike to a totally folded up bicycle to slot into your spare tyre storage in seconds, this Volkswagon bike concept is actually going to hit production soon.

Able to draw charge from the car itself, it brings a whole new approach to electric bikes. It's not for use in breakdowns, but instead where a car might not be so practical but an electric bike is - like:

* In a crowded city
* Where there's little or no parking
* Where there's lots of traffic
* ... but you still need a car to cover the distance

By saving some of the journey in cities, this car should be popular with commuters sick and tired of waiting in traffic every morning and evening when they can cycle faster into town from their car on the outskirts of the city.

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Oct 27, 2015
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That's really great idea of an electric bike. Its latest technology concept introduced by Volkswagen. M really excited for this concept to really come in market. It charges with so low charge. Which no need of paddling hard, fast and much convenient mode of transportation. Plus no harm to environment with smoke and gases. That's a really great concept. So much informative blog.

Jul 06, 2015
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by: Manu

Electric bikes are eco friendly and it is a very good substitute to the bikes that are powered by fuels like petrol and gasoline. In my opinion, we should promote more and more electric bikes. Thank you so much for sharing bee traps

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