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A small tip for carrying the A-bike

Have you ever got this experience?

When you carry your fully folded A-bike by grasping the handlebar stem while you are walking (or running to catch a bus), the crank arms and handle bars of the bike rotate and go sideways. This may cause inconvenience and affect the portability of the bike itself. Even worse, the turning crank arms and pedals may hit the saddle and cause damage on it.
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I have a small tip here for you to slove the problem.
No rope, no string, no strap, no wire, no bungee chord nor hook is needed.

After you have folded your A-bike, just prop a pedal against the end of the folded handle bar on the same side and prop the other pedal against the back of the saddle.
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See? The problem is sloved now!
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The bike is now more portable and even more compact now.

This method also works perfectly when you put your A-bike inside the storage bag.

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