The Puma Urban Mobility folding bicycle will be available in a “glow in the dark” edition this spring, according to the WIRED Gadget blog.
Puma’s Urban Mobility bikes
are equipped with Shimano’s 8 speed Alfine, a lightweight rack (22 lb weight limit), disc brakes and a tiny handlebar basket for wallets and cellphones. It looks like the glow-in-the-dark edition will also come with a tail light and headlight.
A really unique feature is the integrated cable lock that doubles as the bike’s downtube. If a thief cuts the cable lock, the bike is rendered non-ridable. Puma’s “bike centers” will only repair the cable for registered owners of the bike.
The Puma Urban Mobility Bicycle is available in the United States at Puma Stores in Washington, DC; Santa Monica, CA; San Francisco; San Diego; Portland, OR; Philadelphia; New York City; Los Angeles; Las Vegas; Chicago; Boston and Austin, TX. Visit Puma Urban Mobility
and navigate their nasty flash menu to find bike dealers world wide.