The Burke 20 can fold down to a portable size without needing any extra tools

Going on a trip doesn't mean having to leave the bicycle at home. David Lynskey, founder of LiteSpeed Bicycles, created the Burke 20, a titanium bicycle designed to fold up and fit inside of a standard suitcase without using any additional tools.

When a user wishes to fold the bicycle up, the handlebars and seat pole shift down closer to the frame before folding it up three times. The wheels lay against one another with the handlebars sliding down to go across one of the wheels. The seat comes off to make fitting inside of a suitcase that much easier. Titanium makes the bicycle lightweight for travel and durable enough to handle bumping against other objects while in transit.

The Burke 20 comes in three models priced at $5,500, $5,999 and $6,500.

Burke 20

Going on a trip doesn't mean having to leave the bicycle at home. David Lynskey, founder of LiteSpeed Bicycles, created the Burke 20, a titanium bicycle designed to fold up and fit inside of a standard suitcase without using any additional tools.

When a user wishes to fold the bicycle up, the handlebars and seat pole shift down closer to the frame before folding it up three times. The wheels lay against one another with the handlebars sliding down to go across one of the wheels. The seat comes off to make fitting inside of a suitcase that much easier. Titanium makes the bicycle lightweight for travel and durable enough to handle bumping against other objects while in transit.