If you can’t get the hang of bike share programs because you can’t seem to return them on time, then maybe you might want to check out the Shoulder Bike. It features a neat design that makes the bike easier to carry or transport, specially if you’re walking on a crowded sidewalk.
So if space no longer permits you to push your bike along as you walk, then simply hoist it up your shoulder and keep on walking. The Shoulder Bike was designed with ergonomics in mind, with the portion of the frame below the seatpost strategically curved so that it doesn’t cause any significant strain on your shoulders.
The Shoulder Bike was designed by Jangho Kim, and is currently in the prototype stage. If all goes well, then commercial production might soon be underway.
[via Damn Geeky]