Since the Morph will use some of the design concepts of my Travel Bike, here is a photo survey showing how the bike comes apart. It gets very small, and will fit in most trunks, and can go on small airplanes as well. The Morph will use the same coupler on the main frame, and it will have a similar fold-down seat. The Morph will put the centering spring entirely on the front, so the step of unhooking the centering spring will not be required.
Click on the small right arrow to view successive images below. This will give you a photo animation of how the Travel Bike comes apart:
Click on the small right arrow to view successive images above. This will give you a photo animation of how the Travel Bike comes apart.Below is a photo survey showing more detail about the Travel Bike. It has a coaster brake in the hub, so the cam-based reversing brake isn't needed. The internal-gear hub has 8 speeds, which is okay for basic needs. The Morph has a full derailleur system, which will give it much more gear range.
Travel Bike photo survey.
Here's a picture of me on the Travel Bike. These photos were taken on a trip to Atlantis in the Bahamas. Thanks to Miles D. for demonstrating the disassembly of the handcycle.