Fold Up Plastic City Bike

Bike maestro designer Omer Sagiv has another treat for us all. This one goes by the name “ReCycle Me” and is a fold-up plastic city bike. Created using only recycleable moulded plastic, its potential impact on the environment is minimal. It features a single gear system for all you new-age bikers and those with no money for maintenance and a dynamo for powering the lights. Then using the full advantage of injection moulding technology, the bike has front, rear, and inbuilt seat suspensions.

Easily folded and reduced down in size for ease in traveling and storing away in the closet, right next to your bike helmet.

ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET! Please and thank you!

Designer: Omer Sagiv

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  • Jim Nachlin says:

    "Recyclable" is a word that should be banned from this web site, as should bicycle designs with hubless wheels.

  • Jim Nachlin says:

    “Recyclable” is a word that should be banned from this web site, as should bicycle designs with hubless wheels.

  • aaaaaa says:

    looks very uncomfortable, and whats up with the pedals? looks hard to ride and too bulky to move around with you indoors.

  • aaaaaa says:

    looks very uncomfortable, and whats up with the pedals? looks hard to ride and too bulky to move around with you indoors.

  • Tom says:

    Wow, folds down to something pretty much exactly the same size. Incredible.

  • Tom says:

    Wow, folds down to something pretty much exactly the same size. Incredible.

  • Alboi says:

    take 'fold up' out of the title. my apologies but this is a ridiculous design!!!

  • Alboi says:

    take 'fold up' out of the title. my apologies but this is a ridiculous design!!!

  • Tim says:

    if you are a 'bike maestro designer', you would keep this design well hidden for the public eye!

  • Tim says:

    if you are a 'bike maestro designer', you would keep this design well hidden for the public eye!

  • mommus says:

    I hate to be negative when people sheare their ideas with others like this, but it’s not really a ‘folding’ bike is it?

    all that complexity doesn’t seem to do anything spectacular at all, and he’s made the same mistake he did with the previous design he submitted… the fork angle is too great and the bike will be very difficult, if not impossible to ride. Riding it with no hands as shown in the graphic would surely cause a nasty accident, and the seat looks like a bit of a bollock-basher.

    On the plus side… nice renderings, and the pedal mechanism is pretty cool.

  • mommus says:

    I hate to be negative when people sheare their ideas with others like this, but it’s not really a ‘folding’ bike is it?

    all that complexity doesn’t seem to do anything spectacular at all, and he’s made the same mistake he did with the previous design he submitted… the fork angle is too great and the bike will be very difficult, if not impossible to ride. Riding it with no hands as shown in the graphic would surely cause a nasty accident, and the seat looks like a bit of a bollock-basher.

    On the plus side… nice renderings, and the pedal mechanism is pretty cool.

  • ringo kan says:

    very ugly… and y cannot fold smaller?

  • ringo kan says:

    very ugly… and y cannot fold smaller?

  • franco beloti says:

    great idea. i would love to have a ride. this designer is ahead of his time. very cool futuristic design. show me more!

  • franco beloti says:

    great idea. i would love to have a ride. this designer is ahead of his time. very cool futuristic design. show me more!

  • Luke says:

    Those wheels do not work… Why do people keep doing them.?

    Looks ugly to, this is not a treat

  • Luke says:

    Those wheels do not work… Why do people keep doing them.?

    Looks ugly to, this is not a treat

  • shasha says:

    where could i found this unique bike ! pls

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