THE BEST Bicycles

See.Sense Beam Bike Light

See.Sense Beam Bike Light

See.Sense’s Beam is a bicycle headlight that automatically adjusts its brightness based on your speed and surroundings. For instance, it will shine brighter when you’re going faster or when it’s dark. It also flashes automatically when you’re turning.

ReTyre One Zip-On Bicycle Tire

ReTyre One Zip-On Bicycle Tire

The reTyre One is a modular bicycle tire. In its original state, it’s a slick road tire. When you need a different tire, simply get one of the skins and zip them on reTyre One. There are skins for a variety of conditions, including winter and off-road. Currently exclusive to Europe.

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Buzzraw X Electric Bicycle

Buzzraw X Electric Bicycle

Coast Cycles‘ latest edition of its Buzzraw mini bike features front and rear shocks and fat tires for a smooth ride. It comes in a pedal-only variant as well as two electric models, both of which last up to 28mi per charge.

MonkeyCycle

MonkeyCycle

The MonkeyCycle looks like a great way for young children to learn to ride a bicycle. It grows with them from ages 9 months to 6 years, and can be easily reassembled into up to 8 different configurations, including a stroller, quad, trikes, bikes, and more.

The Current

The Current

Gestalten’s The Current: New Wheels for the Post-Petrol Age looks at the history and evolution of electric motorcycles, bicycles, and everything in between. It showcases some of the best and most unique examples of this two-wheeled revolution.

Making an All-wood Bike

Making an All-wood Bike

After building himself an F1 car out of soda cans, builder The Q decided to make himself another cool, but highly-impractical vehicle. This time, he spent over 200 hours building a bicycle entirely out of wood and glue – including the frame, wheels, chain, seat and pedals.

Litelok Silver Bike Lock

Litelok Silver Bike Lock

Litelok’s Silver is designed to be the world’s lightest bicycle lock. It’s also flexible, allowing you to attach it to a wide variety of objects. It has a vertical lock that makes it easy to use, and comes with a strap so you can attach it to your bike when you’re not using it.

Ride a Bike

Ride a Bike

Between traffic, pollution, and the cost of owning a car, riding a bike is often a better way to get around. Oscar Boyson and Erin DeWitt created this lighthearted short using scenes from movies to dissuade us from driving cars, and instead to get out and start pedaling.

Mate X Folding E-Bike

Mate X Folding E-Bike

Mate.Bike’s newest offering packs a ton of features but retains a very competitive price. The Mate X features a 250W or a 750W motor that lets you go up to 20 mph, a battery that lasts up to 80 mi per charge, hydraulic brakes and suspension, and much more.

Tailfin AeroPack Bicycle Bag

Tailfin AeroPack Bicycle Bag

Tailfin’s AeroPack combines the utility of both a tail rack and an enclosed pack. The bag has a 20L capacity and is waterproof and has a roll top for easy access. It also has side pockets, carrying straps and mounts for rear lights.

Cero One Electric Cargo Bike

Cero One Electric Cargo Bike

The Cero One is a customizable pedal-assisted electric cargo bicycle. Its front and rear rack can each be fitted with a platform or basket. It can also be equipped with a child seat or a surf rack. It uses Shimano components and puncture-resistant Schwalbe tires.

iOmounts Mule Bike Bottle Cage Mount

iOmounts Mule Bike Bottle Cage Mount

Make your bicycle’s bottle cage mount more useful with iOmounts’ universal bicycle mount system. It consists of a mount that has two powerful magnets, and a saddle that attaches to the mount, and has two tie-down straps that can wrap around pretty much any small object.

Flectr 360 Omni Wheel Reflector

Flectr 360 Omni Wheel Reflector

The Flectr 360 Omni is the improved version of Flectr’s 360º bicycle wheel reflector. The 360 Omni can be used with practically any bicycle wheel, thanks to the cutting guides that let you cut it down if needed. It also now comes in two colors – silver and yellow.

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Burner Bike Lights

Burner Bike Lights

Beryl’s Burners are removable LED bike lights. The front Burner has a 180 lumen light – bright enough to be visible in daylight. The rear Burner has a 100 lumen light. Both lights automatically turn on in low light, provide 180º of illumination, and are waterproof.

Tubolito Bicycle Inner Tube

Tubolito Bicycle Inner Tube

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.

Kupper Mounts Bicycle Rack

Kupper Mounts Bicycle Rack

Kupper Mounts are minimal bicycle racks that use large suction cups to mount to your vehicle. That means you have a variety of mounting options, you can use them with almost any vehicle, and you can remove them easily. They can secure bicycles up to 45 lb.

Juiced Bikes Electric Scrambler

Juiced Bikes Electric Scrambler

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.

Hummingbird Folding E-Bike

Hummingbird Folding E-Bike

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.

Chainless Bicycle Drivetrain

Chainless Bicycle Drivetrain

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 Bicycle Rack

Carryyygum Bicycle Rack

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.

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AM1 Electric Pedal Assist Bicycle

AM1 Electric Pedal Assist Bicycle

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.

Savage Bike Bag

Savage Bike Bag

Unlike most bicycle storage bags, Douchebags‘ Savage Bike Bag is thin and collapses to a third of its size when not in use. It protects your bag with a unique internal frame inspired by roll cages. It’s compatible with both road bikes and mountain bikes.

Onyx Electric Mopeds

Onyx Electric Mopeds

Onyx Motorbikes’ electric bicycles were inspired by mopeds from the ’70s and ’80s. The RCR has a 72V motor, goes up to 60mph and lasts up to 75mi per charge. The CTY has a 48V motor, goes over 30mph and lasts up to 40mi per charge.

Aeroe BikePack

Aeroe BikePack

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 Electrified S2 Bicycle

VanMoof Electrified S2 Bicycle

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.

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