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IF Mode - Pacific Cycles

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Published on Aug 28, 2008

IF Mode is the first contemporary Full-Sized Folding bike. Features: Super clean design, enclosed drive, ultra fast fold, rolls when folded, ideal for urban use including subway, bus train auto and even aircraft - single sided wheel mounting with quick wheel removal, packs into suitcase for free air travel. The video shows both fast fold and full fold (full fold adds folding handlebars and pedals). It is made and marketed Design Studio Creation, part of Pacific-Cycles. www.pacific-cycles.com . Pacific-Europa for UK, Europe www.folding-bikes.com

The Video shows how it folds down completely flat, to a similar size as many small wheeled bikes. The basic fold action takes 5 seconds or less (it can be done in 1 second with practice).

IF Mode is aimed at commuters of the mobile generation who, until now, may have not considered cycling or folding bikes to be an option. IF Mode is a unique product it avoids oily chains, complex tubes with hidden dirt traps and the clutter of traditional bicycle features. It can be used by city commuters who do not want to change their appearance into 'bicycle warriors' and may use public transport or their car for some of the journey. IF Mode looks at home folded up on a smart subway train or in an office, just like a sleek mp3 player or other well designed accessory. It also performs on the street like any lightweight well balanced full size bike.

When folded the wheels come together in a single action - to form a narrow, rolling form which never has to be carried.

Featuring: Ryan Carroll (Chief Development Engineer, Pacific) demonstrating: fast folding, rolling and full folding Music: Brainbug - Burger Queens Remix

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