A Bike-Car Hybrid For Every Season

A Bike-Car Hybrid For Every Season

The PodRide has a fabric exterior and allows for cyclists to travel no matter what the weather holds

Jiwon Kim
  • 5 august 2016

Bicycle share programs are starting to gain more momentum in cities as a popular alternative to crowded mass transit. However, bad weather quickly turns people away from cycling. Mikael Kjellman, a design engineer and avid cyclist, found a solution to this problem by creating his own version of a bike and car hybrid. Called the PodRide, the studded tires and waterproof fabric make it possible to bike despite icy roads and heavy snowfall.

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