ThinBike cuts bicycle storage space requirements in half with a twist of the handlebars and a flip of the pedals. The trick is accomplished with a minimum of hassle, using Speedlifter Twist handlebars and MKS folding pedals. The bike is a modified Schindelhauer Viktor, a premium 8.2 kg, aluminum frame, fixed-gear city ride, featuring Shimano Alfine crank, Tektro brakes, and a slick Gates Carbon Drive belt. The concept comes from Graham Hill, founder of reduce-your-consumption web site, LifeEdited. The ThinBike is about $1,800; you can also do the conversion to almost any bike for $200 in parts.