The Compact And Versatile Yooniq Urban Bike

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Compact, lightweight and beautiful, the Yooniq Urban Bike is designed by a Slovakia-based company as an answer to many commuters’ and urban cyclists’ prayers. The straightened aluminum alloy frame is light but sturdy and durable at the same time. As the bike is small enough to fit into your car boot, you can also easily hang it on a wall, whether at home or at the office. The bicycle comes with an integrated bell into the brake lever, a double chain guard that keeps mud away from clothes, and a versatile 3-speed shifter integrated into the rear hub.

In terms of comfort and ergonomics, the Yooniq compact bicycle has a “one size fits all” geometry, a leather textured saddle, non-slip pedals, and ergonomic grips. And the bike also scores high points for design. It features a simple and modern silhouette and a stylish black and gray palette with yellow accents. You can find out more about the bicycle on the official website. And if you’re in Europe you can also order it for about $850. As for the rest of the world, the only thing to do is to wait patiently for international shipping. Photo credits: Yooniq.

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