A student has designed a bike which can be folded completely into the space of the wheel's 26in circumference.
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Dominic Hargreaves's bike, The Contortionist, has been shortlisted for this year's James Dyson Award for innovation.
It may bag the young inventor £10,000.
The 24-year-old, from Battersea, London, said he wanted to create a decent folding bike after the one he was using collapsed.
"I couldn't find a folding bicycle I liked," he added.
"I wanted something that could take a bit of punishment and that you could have fun with, so I made one myself."
All folded up
Mr. Hargreaves has been in contact with various manufacturers and hopes to get the bike into production soon.
Competition founder James Dyson said: "The clever bit is how the front wheel can be rotated and repositioned so that the whole of the bike's frame fits into its circumference."