Every once in a while we gracefully stumble across a vehicle that makes us question the laws of physics and the existence of gravity. Called the Impossible and developed by Impossible Technology, this bicycle has the most apt name we’ve ever heard! Apart from being completely impossible, the Impossible powers up with electricity and folds neatly enough to fit inside a backpack. Weighing in at less than 5kg, the bike uses a frame built around circles instead of a single horizontal girder. This helps spread the rider’s weight across the structure.
The Impossible is made from carbon fiber and can carry a maximum load of 85kgs. To power it up, this one uses a disc motor hooked up with ten 2900mah 10A 3.6V batteries. On a full charge, the bike can be used for 45 minutes on electricity, with speeds of up to 12.4mph. Simple, small and extremely innovative, the Impossible will show you that nothing is what it’s name claims it to be.
[Via – Designboom]