Impossible Technology just unveiled a bike commuter’s dream – an electric bike that can fold up small enough to fit inside a backpack! The Impossible Bicycle ensures even weight distribution for a comfortable ride, it’s powered by rechargeable batteries, and it can travel 45 minutes on a single charge.

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The Impossible Bike’s sleek white frame is made from lightweight carbon fiber, which makes it easy to carry but is durable and strong. The components connect together at a central box made from steel, which also acts as the load bearing part of the bike. A small seat unfolds and aligns with the adjustable handlebars, making the bike easy to use by anyone of any size.

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The bike’s disc motor may not be powerful, but it can take its rider on a coasting 12.4 miles per hour, and can be amped up to a maximum speed of 15.6 miles per hour. The best part of riding the Impossible Bike is there’s no need to ever find a safe parking space! The components fold up around the central connecting box into an impossibly small piece that fits inside the circular seat, which in turn fits snugly in a back pack.

Fans can get their hands on an early model via Impossible’s enormously successful Kickstarter campaign. In the future, the company hopes to create a more customizable bike, in a variety of colors.

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