A young British industrial designer Kevin Scott has designed a bendable bicycle that can be folded around a pole and locked to itself without using a separate lock.
The imaginative invention from 21-year-old Kevin Scott will prevent the cycle from having stolen.
Of course, the frame is rigid when ridden, but the frame becomes flexible after pushing a specially fixed lever so that it can be folded around a pole.
Speaking about his imaginative invention, Scott said, "It's an existing frame for the front and back section and the bendable section is made out of a series of glass-filled nylon sections."
Kevin Scott’s innovative invention has fetched him second prize in the New Designers 2010 competition that attracted new designs from across the country.
Now, Mr. Scott is looking for investors to fund the further development of the bicycle. He has plans to refine the design once he receives financial support.
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