Steve Kuhl invented comfy bicycle seats that use nothing but air as cushion. The air is sealed in durable bladders and the amount of air can be adjusted even while you’re biking. Available in three different shapes.
Wheels with Revolights pre-installed onto the rims using rivets. All you have to do is attach them to your bicycle. You can also now pledge to get a Mission Bicycle with pre-installed Revolights Wheels.
Similar to the Quirky Indicator, Uon Lights are signal lights for bicycles. They attach to handlebar ends and have a white LED, a red LED and an orange turn LED, which can be activated just by tapping the device.
A three-in-one bike by Mika Becktor, the Cykla can quickly switch between cruiser, road, and commuter modes using an adjustable frame and seat. We also like the integrated lighting, and open spoke design.
Elevating the simple city bike into a work of art, Van Heesh Design’s steel frame bicycle is plated with brass, providing it with an elegant, shiny, and rust-resistant finish. Also made in copper and zinc.
We’re pretty sure that the skinny bikes designed for the Tour de France weren’t designed for street trials and wall-riding, but that didn’t stop Martyn Ashton from using his $16,000 carbon fiber bike that way.