THE BEST Bicycles

Scosche boomBOTTLE

Scosche boomBOTTLE

Assuming you’re not using your water bottle caddy for H2O, the boomBOTTLE will add a complete wireless sound system to your bike. Pairs with Bluetooth phones and works as a speakerphone.

Bicycle Taxidermy

Bicycle Taxidermy

Regan Appleton preserves the handlebars of bicycles that are no longer usable by creating taxidermy style mounts for them. You can buy finished creations a mount for your own bike.

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Hardwood Bike Grips

Hardwood Bike Grips

Artist Trevor Carter of Broken Board crafts these beautiful bike grips from Brazilian walnut and other hardwoods, turning each one by hand, and coating them with durable marine-grade polyurethane.

Woodstick Bike Racks

Woodstick Bike Racks

Store your bike in style with these handmade architectural wall racks, crafted from durable hardwoods such as black oak, chestnut burl and birch by the artisans at Latvia’s Woodstick Ltd.

Trotify

Trotify

Here’s an accessory for that will satisfy your “need for steed.” Inspired by the coconut-clopping squires from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, it will make your bike sound like a trotting horse.

Brass Bike

Brass Bike

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.

UBC Coren Bicycle

UBC Coren Bicycle

Designed by Christian Zanzotti, the Coren is a hand-built luxury bicycle with a carbon composite frame and a carbon belt drive system. Available in fixed gear, single speed and electric models.

The Cardboard Bicycle

The Cardboard Bicycle

Izhar Gafni designed and prototyped a bicycle with a body and rims made of nothing but cardboard. The final product will have no metal parts and will be sold for no more than $20. More here and here.

Road Bike Party

Road Bike Party

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.

Bicymple

Bicymple

Josh Bechtel designed the Bicymple with simplicity in mind. It ditches the bike chain and opts for a unicycle-like direct drive. Its rear steering mode makes it easier to navigate tight spaces.

PostPump 2.0

PostPump 2.0

A recipient of a 2012 Red Dot Design Award, the PostPump 2.0 is a floor pump that’s built-in to a bicycle seat post. It comes with an adapter that fits both Presta and Schrader tire valves.

BodyFloat

BodyFloat

Invented by Paul Barkley, the BodyFloat is a bicycle seat post with an adjustable suspension system that isolates you from bumps and vibrations, making your ride more comfortable.

Mad Bike Skills

Mad Bike Skills

A street performer in Senegal shows off his amazing balance as he demonstrates some of the craziest moves we’ve ever seen on a bicycle. Not as graceful as Danny MacAskill, but still impressive.

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MacAskill vs. San Francisco

MacAskill vs. San Francisco

Street trials rider Danny MacAskill impresses once again, this time taking his Inspired Bicycle to the iconic streets and locales of San Francisco in this clip sponsored by Remington razors.

Tiny Bike

Tiny Bike

Remember this dude’s motorcycle? This cyclist only has a bicycle, but at least it isn’t a prop. Believe it or not, the bicycle actually works. Though it’ll only be good for Tour de Front Porch.

Reel Bike Storage System

Reel Bike Storage System

Yeongkeun Jeong and Aareum Jeong devised this clever system of stick-on dots and a lengthy strap which can be woven around the triangular frame of most bikes, creating storage space out of the void.

Faraday Porteur

Faraday Porteur

An electric bicycle with a classic design. The Porteur adds “a subtle yet powerful rush of power.” Its battery is built into the frame and lasts up to 15mi, with a recharge time of 45mins.

Pedal Lock

Pedal Lock

Designers Feng Cheng-Tsung and Cheng Yu-Ting have come up with an innovative way to deter bike thieves, with a pedal that transforms into a wheel lock. Break the lock, and you can’t ride the bike.

Bicycle Rearview Camera

Bicycle Rearview Camera

Mirrors are not viable on most bicycles, but you can keep an eye on your rear with the Owl 360. Its camera sends a 75° field of view to the 3.5″ LCD handlebar screen. Also has LED warning lights.

Bike Guard Dog

Bike Guard Dog

This well-behaved golden retriever faithfully keeps watch over his owner’s bicycle when he steps away from it. Maybe it’s because he likes to ride just as much as his master.

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X-9 Nighthawk Bike

X-9 Nighthawk Bike

An experimental bike frame made by Brano Meres that uses sandwich panels to achieve a faceted look similar to its namesake aircraft. It has an aramid honeycomb core and carbon fiber skin.

Bike Pump

Bike Pump

A man named Max X. decides to take advantage of a nice day to take his bicycle for a ride. He also needs to pump up some flat tires and a few other things along the way.

Turntable Rider

Turntable Rider

The Turntable Rider is a DJ controller built to make digital music by riding a bike. The video was made to promote Japan’s Cogoo bike sharing service, but we hope we can buy one soon. BTS video here.

Twist Tandem Bike Concept

Twist Tandem Bike Concept

Two Twist bicycles can be connected to form a tandem bike. The rear wheel has attachments for two pairs of pedals and is easily removable, while the seat and handlebars can switch places.

Russian Transformer Bike

Russian Transformer Bike

Impressive engineering (or sorcery) from this Russian has led to one of the coolest bikes we have ever seen. Its tall-bike to chopper transformation could guarantee this never happens again.

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