corridor bicycle by david roman lieshout is ideal for apartment dwelling cyclists
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during 2015 dutch design week at the design academy eindhoven graduation show, david roman lieshout exhibited his ‘corridor bicycle’. the project concept has been designed to fit, like the name suggests, in a corridor and is meant for people constantly carrying their bikes into their homes. the compact, light weight aluminum frame can be easily carried and hung on the wall from a single hook.  

bags can be hung from the handlebar 
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instead of making the frame collapsible, which would add more mass, the designer chose constructed handlebars and pedals that can be rotated and folded to save space. with parts that easily click back, the ‘corridor bicycle’ also lets riders add bags with specifically styled holders on the handlebar and wheels. check out the rest of designboom’s coverage of 2015 dutch design week here.

the top profile of the ‘corridor bicycle’
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the handle clicks back into position
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the pedals fold down
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the bicycle is considerable smaller than traditonal city cruzers
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designer david roman with his bike 
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bent frame designed specifically for hanging fomr a single hook 
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