If you live in an area that gets snow, you probably think it’s time to put away your bicycle. Usually cycling in the snow is difficult under the best of circumstances, but with Cesar van Rongen’s Bike Spikes its is much easier.
Inspired by biking through cold winter evenings, classic design and a world-famous biking culture, Copenhagen Parts designed the Magnetic Bike Light.
When is bike storage not really bike storage? When it’s a Reel! Reel is an elasticized band that can be wound around the main triangle of your bike frame to store your belongings and purchases. The kit consists of rubber dots that keep the band in place and the rubber band itself, which has a clip to keep it all from coming apart. [Read more...]
This Velo Chic bike is Raymon Hung’s thesis from 2011, he wanted to promote bicycle riding as a form of transport to non female riders.
This adorable BIT toddler ride on bike is from Kid-O and is designed to look just like a grown up motorcycle. The BIT toddler ride on bike is perfect to get your toddler started on their way to riding two-wheeled vehicles, it will help them develop balance through its wide sturdy wheels and integrated chassis. [Read more...]
The great thing about Christmas is figuring out what each family member wants, and being able to get it for them. Whether it be a knitted scarf for a brother whose hometown is cold and damp, or a case for the uncle that is a mad biker (don’t be getting excited, I mean cyclist), who loves having his mobile phone on hand to track his speed and distance.
We might talk about the knitted scarf next time, but today we are going to concentrate on a present for that cyclist uncle. The problem with having his mobile phone on the handlebars, is the weather and the dust. With this all-weather bike mounted protection, you don’t need to worry about needing to dry out your mobile phone when you get home.
The mOver is a push bike for children, that consists of a hoop (wheel) and a frame with handle bars and seat. Just like the one wheeled motorcycle featured in Maniac World, the child sits within the circumference of the wheel. However, the child’s version requires him to propel himself with his legs on either side of the wheel. The wheel turns around the child and is self-lubricating and made from light materials that allow the frame to guide the hoop in the slot.