The Tubolito bicycle inner tube is made from a membrane that makes it 75% lighter yet twice as durable as traditional inner tubes. It’s so light and small when deflated that you can roll it up and take extra ones with you. It’s available for mountain bike and road bike wheels.
Juiced Bikes presents its takes on the now popular electric scrambler bicycle. Their versions feature a removable 52V battery, 750W or 1100W motor, hydraulic disc brakes, a front suspension fork, a Shimano 9-speed drivetrain and an 1800 lumen LED headlight.
UK tech firm Prodrive is showing off what it claims to be the lightest folding electric bicycle you can buy. Weighing in at just 22.7 lb, its lighter than most regular bikes, but packs a 250-watt motor and 160 Wh battery for a range of just over 18 mi, with a top speed of 15.5 mph.
CeramicSpeed is working on Driven, a bicycle drivetrain that uses a pinion-style driveshaft instead of a chain and a derailleur. The company claims that Driven creates 49% less friction than chain and derailleur setups, leading to a more durable and more efficient system.
Carryyygum is touted as “the world’s smallest bicycle rack.” But it’s not actually a rack – it’s an elastic strap attached with rubberized hook-and-loop straps. You can mount it on most bike handlebars, and even on other parts of a bike’s frame to securely carry items on your ride.
Analog Motion’s AM1 is a lightweight and affordable pedal assist electric bicycle. Its standard parts, 200w motor and removable 24v battery add up to only 30lb. It has a range of 20mi and can help you go as fast as 30mph. It’s available in two frame designs.
The Aeroe BikePack makes it easy to carry small items on a bicycle, thanks to its quick lock and release mount. Each bag is waterproof, aerodynamic and comes in three sizes – 9L, 11L or 14L – while the mount comes in four variants: handlebar, fork, seat post and rear mount.
VanMoof’s new Electrified S2 electric bicycle has a Stealth Lock function that you activate simply by kicking the button at the rear wheel. If anyone else touches the bike, the lock will prevent the wheels from turning and activate sounds and lights to alert you.
In their quest to make electric bikes even more convenient and stylish Bosch created a compact (13.7″ x 3.3″ x 2.6″) and lightweight (6.2 lb) power pack which can be housed inside a bike frame. New bikes using the PowerTube 500 are headed to dealers this Summer.
The EvoWheel is a quick and relatively affordable way to add electric pedal assistance to almost any bicycle. You can swap it in just like a normal wheel, and is compatible with both rim and disc brakes. It lets you go up to 20mph and can last up to 54mi per charge.
The Lucnt SRL 1 is a bicycle brake light that can alert the people behind you when you’re slowing down. When you’re moving, the light continuously blinks. But when you slow down, its lights get brighter and turn into a steady glow, similar to a car’s brake lights.
Enki Cycles created the Billy with one goal in mind: fun. It has a BMX-style handlebar with a twist throttle, a Gates carbon belt drive, a 500W Bafang hub motor, custom 20″ rims and adjustable front suspension. It goes up to 20mph and lasts around 41mi per charge.
The makers of the Flectr spoke reflector came up with a more aerodynamic and durable light reflector for bicycle wheels. The Flectr 360 is a razor-thin film that curves around the arched surface of bicycle rims, allowing it to reflect light coming from either side of the bike.
Inspired by the demands of DelFast’s original business – an express courier service – the company claims that the Prime variant of its electric bicycle can be used unassisted for up to 236mi (378km) on a single charge, thanks in part to its regenerative braking.
A seriously powerful electric bike, handbuilt with a durable, lightweight aluminum frame wrapped in carbon fiber panels, shocks that offer up to 9.5″ of frame travel, and a crazy fast top speed of up to 60 mph in off-road mode when equipped with its highest power option.
The Fubi Fixie looks and works like a normal bike, but its brilliant fold and lock mechanism allows it to shrink to nearly a third of its size. Best of all, the frame is compatible with standard bicycle components. The catch? It was Kickstarted in 2015, and it’s still not out.