Strida Folding Bike

Strida Folding Bike

The first Strida Folding Bike (1987) was invented when Mark Sanders wanted to address his difficult commute into London with an elegant, clean and portable solution. In just 15 seconds, Strida collapses into a compact unit that can be wheeled along like a unicycle or stowed in the included shoulder bag. Ideally suited to the urban commuter, the single-speed Strida features a greaseless Kevlar chain to keep clothing pristine on the way into the office. At 19.5 lbs, it’s a versatile and adjustable transportation solution, accommodating riders 5’4″– 6’4″. The design has won several design awards for its subtle handling, aesthetics and engineering details. But the raves from owners throughout Europe and Asia are as much due to its peerless performance.

$1,150 at Design Within Reach

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