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Bike of the future

The central areas of big cities have turned into a green zone, where only the means of transportation allowed are bicycles. At the same time, by rotating the pedals, the cyclist generates electric power - and then, if he or she is in a hurry, a bicycle can be switched to a scooter mode. If it is necessary to cover a long distance, a bicycle can be folded and placed under a bus or taxi seat. Furthermore, the electricity accumulated can be used a transportation fare.

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James Eck This will fail. Who wants to exercise? Those who respond to such a question can go make it happen. I'll watch and support but I am NOT a believer in bikes. Too clumsy.
02 Mar 2020
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Олег Yeah, I am pretty sure that a bicycle is a great transport, even for a big city.
17 Feb 2020
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Олег Александр Рязанцев, motorcycles are too fast for a city center, that should be mainly used as a pedestrian zone.
17 Feb 2020
James Eck Олег Шлемин, I disagree but have your way. Nothing can stop innovation.
02 Mar 2020
Олег James Eck, well, i am not arguing about progress, but a motorbike is too fast for a pedestrian city center. A bicycle on the other hand is a good compromise. But actually, I think it will probably be something like electro-bike with a speed limit to keep everyone safe.
23 Apr 2020
sohit malik We're seeing this sort of policies already being used in certain European cities and China. Although , they are allowing E-cars as well.
04 Apr 2019
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Chris Pettis Small electric driverless cars are going to be huge for cities. This is probably gonna take off within the next 10 years. There's no way that cities would turn into "green" zones where ONLY bikes are allowed. It's inefficient and impractical for big cities, idealistic and regressive.
06 Feb 2019
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Kevin Mandrews Every year, more people die from auto accidents than from war, terrorism or homicide and most of the time it's due to human error. Human transportation in urban areas will be automated to reduce these fatalities.
06 Feb 2019
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Will Longaphie I find the design preposterous. Someone took a self-balancing unicycle and added a useless second wheel. Impractical downgraded design.
06 Feb 2019
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