However, what really grabbed my attention was the interesting way that the presenter has stored the bike on this Morgan Roadster's rear deck, twisting the stem and handlebars 90-degrees for a nearly flush mount.
Mazda wanted us all to believe that its Auto Start-Stop anti-idling system makes its cars like bikes by stopping the engine's cylinders at the optimal position for seamless restarting. The automaker compares the technique to the way that cyclists reposition their bikes' pedals when pulling away from a stop.
The Smart e-bike aids its rider with 250 watts of electric power and can be equipped with a handlebar-mount for your smartphone. This electric city bike is a nice compliment to the automaker's electric city car.