The Bergmönch folding bicycle is small enough to actually fold up into a backpack, and weighs in at just 9.5kg (appx. 21 pounds).
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That’s a great idea!!!!
’tis not a bike, ’tis a scooter, a scooter with a big ass front wheel.
Sarreq Teryx is a eFFing ID10T, b/c you can see the chain, and the driving wheel.
Hey BobTheBuilder. Chill out. Look at photos of it open. It’s meant for riding downhill after hiking; there are no pedals.
“The Folding Bike Bag by Bergmonch is a fun and useful combination of a backpack and downhill bicycle great for hiking uphill and riding down. This 9.5kg Folding Bike Bag features a folding mechanism which keeps it small and handy while it rests comfortably on your back and provides easy access to your equipment. When you hike up to the very top the backpack can be converted into a fully spring-mounted downhill vehicle in only two minutes. Instead of just walking down hill the Bergmonch makes your descent descent into a thrilling experience even on rough trails.”
i want to take this bike where i get this bike in mumbai and how much cost of this bike pls send me the mail………..
my number is 8652798947… if u find the details.. plz call me….
my number is 8652708047.. if find the bike in mumbai .. plz let me know.. plz
hi i stay in mumbai. i would like to buy this bike.. plz let me know the details where i can i get dis bike,,,…….plz plz plz…..
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