The main difference between a road bike and a cruiser bike is the seating position. When riding a cruiser bike you sit up straight and expect a comfortable ride, When riding a road bike you expect a more aerodynamic seating position, which increases speed.
In order to mimic the specific qualities of a road bike the seat is raised by a hydraulic handle, easily accessible under the seat. Most importantly the whole front half of the cykla is angled down by the transformation mechanism to move the handlebars down and away from the seat, while tightening the fron suspension.
The transformer mechanism works similarly to gym equipment, with a sprint that is pulled out to switch between the three modes. Cruiser, Commuter and Road.