Cadek's folding bike concept, Locust, challenges the immediate perception of what such a bicycle should be. The unusual folding configuration allows the bike to fit neatly in and around the circular central frame. Cadek suggests Locust as a main form of transportation and also as a "parasitic" means of transportation, for example, splitting commutes between the bike and a car. Locust's compactness and portability make it an ideal choice for congested, traffic-ridden cities. See Cadeks portfolio for mechanical details.
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