A new bicycle fuses form and function to create something you can ride to the grocery store, and then bring right in with you.

We all want more from our gadgets these days. With multi-tasking in mind, Taiwan's Long Antelope Enterprise Company unveiled the Simple One Bicycle at the recent 2011 International Taipei Bicycle Show.

The bike is most convenient for city riding because it folds down after your commute to become a shopping cart. The bike has a collapsible rear basket which when compressed can accommodate heavier boxes or suitcases. A unique neutral gear prevents the pedals turning when the bike is folded. One drawback might be the position of the pedals when folded for they appear to be at shin level, which could have slightly bruising consequences.

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