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Giatex Stretchable Bike

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For the past 90 years most folding bicycles were designed the same way. It was necessary to compromise the strength and integrity of the frame by cutting it in two and rejoining it with an expensive hinge.

For the past 90 years most folding bicycles were designed the same way. It was necessary to compromise the strength and integrity of the frame by cutting it in two and rejoining it with an expensive hinge.

The Giatex frame takes a different approach. It’s a ‘stretching’ bike that telescopes inwards and outwards with no hinges required. This delivers a major improvement in the versatility and rigidity of the frame, at a fraction of the cost. Giatex claims this technology brings a new era to folding bikes with fresh thinking and better designs.

The Giatex fits into the trunk of a car, the cargo hold of an RV, on a boat or small aircraft, and can even be carried onto buses/trains/subways. This bicycle is light and easy to compress without tool.

 

 

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