Awesome Bicycles

Waldmeister Bikes

Waldmeister Bikes

Wood is good, or at least that’s what Waldmeister Bikes wants you to believe; beyond the swoopy profile, each bicycle frame is made with PEFC-certified woods from a German forest.

KGS Bikes

KGS Bikes

At often 10x the cost of most premium bicycles, KGS Bikes’ primary selling point is their personalized philosophy: bikes are custom “fitted” down to the millimeter for each customer.

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Cyclecide Bike Rodeo

Cyclecide Bike Rodeo

Cyclecide’s Bike Rodeo mixes counterculture, bicycle riders, mechanics and the errant psychotic clown; they create pedal powered monstrosities and let the public get their ride on.

Bergmonch Folding Bike

Bergmonch Folding Bike

We’ve seen several folding bicycles, but the Bergmonch is the first to fold into a functional backpack; at only 9.5 kilograms, it can be lugged around like a conventional bag.

SwissBike TX Commuter

SwissBike TX Commuter

With a vibration dampening suspension, semi-slick tires and a double-tube aluminum frame, SwissBike’s TX Commuter is great for city slickers; it folds up to 36″x28″x12″ in under 30 seconds.

RAW Cannondale Bike

RAW Cannondale Bike

Denim brand G-STAR and Cannondale’s limited edition RAW Cannondale mixes retro/military style with a hand-crafted aluminum frame and Shimano shifters. Thanks, Arjan!

New York Bike Dreams

New York Bike Dreams

NYC bike culture comes alive with this video from the New York Bike Dreams photo exhibit in Tokyo; the tricks are off the cuff, with nothing sped up or slowed down. Thanks, Brian!

Pimp My Bike T-shirt

Pimp My Bike T-shirt

The lesser known spin-off of MTV’s car mod show, this Pimp My Bike tee is a nod to our two-wheeled bros with calves of steel; how about a pair of 10″ LCDs to go with your fixie?

Ktrak Rear Drive Kit

Ktrak Rear Drive Kit

Bicyclists need not be excluded from the ski slopes with Ktrak’s Rear Drive Kit; it’ll bolt onto your existing mountain bike frame, adding a ski up front and a track system behind.

Topeak Alien II

Topeak Alien II

Wear and tear is a fact of life for both mountain and urban bicyclists; Topeak’s popular Alien II is a Swiss Army knife for riders, with 26 hardened steel tools in a break-apart body.

Walking Bike

Walking Bike

As ridiculous as it looks, this Walking Bike by Max Knight actually works; it’ll get you around town with kicks to spare, although its bumpy ride is ill advised for hemorrhoid sufferers.

Video: Bike Hero

Video: Bike Hero

All we can say is wow: Kevin of Ft. Wayne is a handlebar virtuoso, riding his bike in this Guitar Hero viral marketing video; the song is The Living End’s Prisoner of Society.

A-bike

A-bike

With tiny wheels and an even tinier seat, we’re not 100% convinced that A-bike is for us, but its urban riders swear by it: it folds up in only 10 seconds and weighs about 13 pounds.

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Self-Balancing Unicycle

Self-Balancing Unicycle

Your friends may laugh at you, but Focus Designs’ Self-Balancing Unicycle is like a Segway with one wheel; it takes about two hours to learn and is light enough to carry around.

CarvX Recumbent Bike

CarvX Recumbent Bike

A motorless version of the Brudeli Leanster, GBO Design’s CarvX recumbent bicycle is just a concept for now. It’ll have an aluminum frame, hydraulic disc brakes and a 14 speed Rohloff hub.

Delta 7 Ascend Bike

Delta 7 Ascend Bike

Delta 7 Sport’s Ascend mountain bike features an “IsoTruss” lattice that isn’t just for show; it’s made with carbon fiber and kevlar, allowing for a frame that weighs just 1.8 lbs.

Trek Bike District

Trek Bike District

For fixie riders who demand technology along with speed, we suggest Trek Bikes’ District. It sports an ultra light Gates C-Drive carbon composite belt which is grease and lube-free.

Strida Folding Bike

Strida Folding Bike

We like Areaware’s Strida bicycle for what it doesn’t do: it won’t take up a lot of space because it folds away, and it won’t soil your clothes with grease thanks to its clean Kevlar belt.

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