Although foldable bikes give the rider a lot of benefits like saving on space and easy portability, their design and comfort made many do a rethink on their choice. However with the unveiling of the Kinfolk bikes this common opinion is sure to change. Unlike the conventional foldable bikes, the Kinfolk foldable bicycle looks more like a traditional fixie bike hinting at greater stability and comfort. What is more, it comes with a smart case into which it fits neatly when folded. The Kinfolk bike which is available in two models- the International model and the City bike, is however an art concept. Assembled by hand in Osaka by a 71-year-old “master frame builder”, these bicycles are available from Japan’s Wallpaper bicycle company.
Although art concepts, these bicycle models are available for sale, albeit for a hefty price. The International model will set you back by $3,815.66 while the City bike is a little lighter on the pockets with an asking price of $1,954.55.