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All-In-One Bike Could Replace City Cars

All-In-One Bike Could Replace City Cars
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Julien de Smedt and William Ravn designed the MIKE bike which features a carry-on luggage tray and smartphone dock.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 september 2013

Makers With Agendas‘ Julien de Smedt and William Ravn have designed an all-in-one bike that could be a perfect replacement for city cars. The MIKE bike comes with a carry-on luggage tray on the front and a smartphone dock for charging and navigation.

It aims to make trips a breeze, such as travelling to the airport with luggage and a companion. Choosing to bike instead of drive has become extremely popular in the past few years, as gas costs and environmental concerns rise.

All-In-One Bike Could Replace City Cars

Wired reports that the MIKE bike features a gender-neutral aluminum frame with front and back LED lights, pill steer, integrated lock, and vanity basket. Its long saddle seat is big enough for two to sit on. The MIKE bike, along with a variety of other projects from the Makers With Agendas studio, launches later this month.

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