As major cities and metropolitan areas proceed to give rise to urban cycling, commuter bikes continue to proliferate the market, both in terms of efficiency, as well as sophistication.
A recent addition to that growing list, is the Somerset folding bicycle by design Kaiser Chang.
The Somerset features an oval-shaped tube frame that acts as a slide rail, adapting the front fork to slide down to transform it into a useful cart for quick transporting needs.
As a result, the Somerset lends itself to ease of portability, allowing cyclists integrate mass transit systems along with their commute.
In addition, the Somerset’s folding bag can double as both a storage area to house an electric motor, or simply serve as a convenient place to stow articles.
As with most commuter bikes, the goal is to provide a simple and efficient means of transportation, while also embracing the modern trend of lessening society’s reliance of fossil fuels and focussing on the bicycle as both a primary source of clean energy transportation, while also promoting health and wellness amongst the populace.
The Somerset appears to underscore both of those virtues.
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