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Weighing only 5.6KG, the A-Bike folding bicycle is as unique as it is practical. Invented by Sir Clive Sinclair, the bike looks like a letter ‘A’ when in use and this is where it takes it’s name. Lightweight and extremely compact, the bike can accommodate users between 4’ 9” to 6’3” and up to 85KG in weight. Despite it’s unique shape, the A-Bike rides like a normal bicycle and folds away in about 10 seconds thanks to it’s unique 3-click telescopic mechanism. It can be stored in the supplied carry bag, neatly and compact, which makes it perfect to store when not in use. This unique folding feature is what makes the bike ideal for taking with you on the train, tube, bus or even on an aeroplane if travelling long distances.

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