citybirds' 'pigeon' scooter by ignas survila adds a splash of color to your commute
designer ignas survila has created a compact and lightweight two-wheeler that collapses in half with the push of the foot. entitled ‘pigeon’ the project aims to remove some of the stress involved in getting around the city by creating a fun and easy to use mode of transport that isn’t a chore to carry around.
conceived for scooter creators citybirds, the neon-colored ‘pigeon’ kick scooter also features handlebars that fold for a streamline effect, effectively making it easy to carry on your shoulder thanks to its ergonomic slope-silhouette. ‘I believe commuting from point A to point B may be turned into delightful travel,’ says survila. the wheels have been designed to absorb bumps and rugged terrain in the street, making for a smooth ride.
when collapsed in half, the scooter can sit on your shoulder
all images courtesy of ignas survila
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