The IzzyBike definitely has a look of its own
The current aluminum-framed prototype weighs about 11.5 kg (25 lb)
The bike folds in half in less than a second
It can reportedly be easily stowed in the back of a car when folded
Inventor Marek Jurek with the IzzyBike
The IzzyBike folds without the need for extra hinges built into its frame
Bike chains can be dirty and noisy, so an increasing number of manufacturers are choosing to replace them with belt drives. Polish inventor Marek Jurek, however, has gone a step further with his IzzyBike prototype. Its drivetrain is built right into the front wheel hub, which gives it some claimed advantages over other bikes – besides there being less mess.
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