Patent for Sale:

Foldable Bike    

A foldable bike that when folded, keeps wheels overlapped coaxially to forma a cart

Primary Application of the Technology

Bicycling, foldable bike, bicycle, bike-riding, sport, urban. fitness

How the Technology Solves the Problem

Easy to fold and deploy. Low weight. Thanks to a patented, unique technology, when folded, the two wheels become coaxial, and the entire bike turns into a cart for transportation of bags and other luggages. When folded, a part of the pinion or frame turns into a handle to lift and push the folded bike.

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Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 280: Land Vehicles

Vehicles, adapted to travel on land and not elsewhere classified. The term "vehicle" includes some form of running gear as an essential element, which running gear usually supports a load carrier, but may support a load directly, and adapts the vehicle to move over a surface. The basic purpose of those devices commonly called vehicles is the carrying of a load, either freight or passengers, from one place to another. The idea of towing a load, as by locomotives, traction engines, or tractors, has also long been associated with the term "vehicle."

Subclass 278: Extensible and knockdown
Subclass 287: Extensible and knockdown