In a hectic city like Berling, even riding an ordinary bike around can end up being a bit of a chore. Berlin-based developer Felix Kruschardt believed the very same; so he actually halved the traditional bike to produce what he called the Halbrad half bike.It is a simpler commuter bike, perfect for little city houses and homes. Super compact in design, just rest on the saddle, hold the handlebars below the saddle, and pedal away.

Credit: Halbrad

Credit: Halbrad

 The bike is equipped with a small front wheel and a big rear wheel, and it is so little that it can be gotten and brought like a folding bike. It has two-speed drivetrain and a single rollercoaster brake. With a mere 35-in (90-cm) turning radius it is rather simple to manoeuvre and deal with around the metropolis.

 It is just 39 in (99 cm) high by 31 in (79 cm) long. Weighing just under 20 lb (listed at 9kg), the Halbrad is ideal to be brought and transported on let’s state on a train or being kept inside a workplace.

Credit: Halbrad

Credit: Halbrad

The innovator states on his site,”It is extremely useful since it is extremely compact, you do not have to fold it. It’s simple to simply select up and bring into the train, at no additional cost. Also, it doesn’t use up much area in your apartment– and all of this without requiring to fold it. It is extremely easy to use. You simply put your foot on the pedal and off you go”.

Credit: Halbrad

Credit: Halbrad

Only thing that bugs out is the position of the handlebar, which is placed behind the user. This doesn’t make much of a difference, and discovering to utilize the bike is simply a concern of minutes.

Credit: Halbrad

Credit: Halbrad

This is the 2nd prototype of this quick, fun and useful style. The very first one was constructed of wood, and a great deal of enhancements and additions have actually been made considering that. Kruschardt hopes that he starts selling the item this year, but he still needs to pass the bike as street legal under German law.

The design has only one brake, while according to German regulations, the bikes need to have 2 independent brakes. But aside from this drawback, the concept sounds really cool and has the possible to be a genuine hit amongst the individuals, altought i couldnt imagine myself riding on it for more than 1 hour at a time.

Would you prefer to have a flight on this brand-new idea of a bike?