||STRiDA is a portable, belt-driven, folding bicycle with a distinctive 'A'-shaped collapsible frame, designed by UK engineer and designer Mark Sanders. The first model, STRiDA 1, was released in 1987 and the latest, STRiDA 5.2, in 2009.
Aimed primarily at commuters and city dwellers whose storage space might be limited, the STRiDA is designed to be simple to use, quick to fold, and easy to maintain. A folded STRiDA can be wheeled on and off trains and buses easily, and can provide greater mobility between other forms of transport.
A distinctive characteristic is that the STRiDA folds into a "wheeled walking-stick" that can be pushed along, much like a folded pram/baby-buggy whose folding concept provided the inspiration for the design.
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