The A3 Folding Bicycle got it's name from a unique ability to fold up into a box the size of a sheet of A3 paper.
The past few years have seen a revival of the bicycling culture. Instead of always relying on pollution-creating personal cars and public transportation, many are trying out human-powered commuting on the back of a bicycle.
Folding bikes are a big hit with many city-dwellers that have to contend with subways, taxis, or bike thieves on a daily basis, but most are cumbersome to fold and hard to carry when not in bike-form. Industrial designer Vincent Tan set out to solve both of these problems with the A3.
This unique bike can go from cruising to carrying in four easy steps that can be completed in under a minute. Unlike many other folding bike designs, the A3 becomes it's own 297 × 420 mm carrying case that can be carried in hand or as a backpack.
Watch the video below to see the entire process in action!