Halfbike II is an urban mobility vehicle that aims to awaken rider's natural movements

Halfbike II is a new kind of vehicle that trains the rider’s balance and reflexes in a unique way. A major redesign from the classic bicycle, it has been developed by Kolelinia, a company founded by architects Martin Angelov and Mihail Klenov.

Redesigning everything apart from the core driving mechanism of a classical bicycle (a wheel connected to a crankset), they created a vehicle that affects the way the rider perceives movement and enhances their senses.

The standing position brings the rider closer to natural walking, with Halfbike acting as an extension of the body in order to enable a smooth and intuitive ride. It aims to provide a different perspective of the city, whether it is used for commuting, exercise or recreation. Riders can enjoy the experience of learning how to handle a Halfbike from scratch and then improve their skills to explore new horizons. The vehicle offers a one-of-a-kind feeling whether you are a beginner or a pro.

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