In an effort to increase the strength and mobility of the human body, a new breed of indoor exercise bikes has been developed by a Chinese company, Deltoid Machines.
They have come a long way from their humble beginnings in 2013, when the company designed and manufactured a folding exercise bicycle for the Chinese government.
Now, it’s making a new version of that bike for the public.
The new Deltoids fold their seats in a manner that is almost identical to that of a traditional bike.
They use a patented foldable hinge that can fold itself into a tight shape for easy transport.
It’s essentially a bicycle’s inner frame.
It is built from durable materials like carbon fiber, and features two adjustable pedals.
The company also built a new model of the bike, called the “Bike 2.”
The bike is smaller, and comes with a frame and pedals.
Its dimensions are 8.5 inches long, 5 inches wide, and 3 inches tall.
It weighs a total of about 2 pounds.
The bike also comes with an optional wireless docking station for smartphones, and has a charging port that is located on the front of the frame.
The two pedals can be switched between “left and right” modes, which can be done by tilting the pedals.
The new Deldoids will be available in September.
In a recent interview with Polygon, Delbot founder and CEO, Liu Shunting, said he hopes that the Deltoi Bike 2 will be the first of its kind in the world.
He added that Deltoiliates bike will be used in both urban and rural areas.
The bikes can be purchased for about $2,500, and the company says that its bikes are not meant for a long commute.
But it also doesn’t have to be.
It can be used as a walking or cycling accessory.
According to the company, the Deldoid Bike 2 can go for a total distance of about 100 meters or about 60 miles.
It was designed for urban use, and it can be stored in the back of a car.
When it comes to the folding exercise bikes, Liu said that the company has no plans to sell them.
The company has plans to offer its products as a tool for exercise.
Liu said in an interview that Delbot hopes to offer an exercise bike for every household in the country.
That will be possible by 2019.