The Corridor bicycle by Dutch designer David Roman Lieshout is perfect for small apartments.

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David Roman Lieshout with his Corridor Bicycle

David Roman Lieshout exhibited his ‘Corridor bicycle’ at at the Design Academy Eindhoven graduation show. The idea behind his project was to create a bike that was designed to fit, (like the name suggests) in a corridor and is meant for people who are constantly needing to carry their bikes into their homes and work. The compact, light weight aluminum frame can be easily carried and hung on the wall from a single hook.

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Instead of making the frame collapsible, which would take up more space David constructed handlebars and pedals that can be rotated and folded to save space. With parts that easily click back, the ‘Corridor bicycle’ also lets riders add bags with specifically styled holders on the handlebar and wheels. Via: designboom

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