Fietsklik adds storage compartments to bicycles using its modular system. It has a base that attaches to bicycle rear racks, on which you can attach Fietsklik’s crate, messenger bag, shopping bag, laptop bag or child seat.
A clip-on cup holder that attaches to bicycle handlebars. Switch between the two rings depending on the size of your cup. You’ll still need to use a lid though. It also comes with a cube to help flatten it for storage.
An unorthodox tricycle, Halfbike is practically a pedal-powered Segway. To turn, just lean into the direction you want to go. Its size and weight makes it great for urban commuting. We wish it cost half as much as a bike though.
Chockful of diagrams and explanatory text, Richard Hallett’s visually impressive book provides an in-depth look at not only every detail about how modern bicycles function, but also how they came to be. Informative and beautiful.
An all-terrain bicycle with 4″ wide tires and a 350w motor. Its 36v battery is removable and lets you go up to 20mph for up to 20mi. It also has an aluminum alloy body, 7-speed Shimano gear system and a control panel.
Norwegian cyclist and daredevil Eskil Ronningsbakken took his bicycle on a ride along a steep, twisty, rainy mountain highway hitting speeds up to 50mph – all while going backwards and seated on the handlebars.
Made of titanium and has a total of 24 tools in a compact package: 9 hex heads, 8 hex bolt wrenches, 2 screwdrivers, a T25 Torx head and 4 spoke keys. You can secure it under your bike seat so it’s always there when you need it.