THE BEST Bicycles

Bosch eBikes

Bosch eBikes

Bosch powers some of the best electric bikes with their integrated crank-based drive unit that offers a more natural and balanced feel than wheel-mounted motors. Assistive drive makes you feel like you have bionic legs with speeds up to 28 mph, and from 30 to 100mi range.

Lift Bike Hook

Lift Bike Hook

Ippinka’s Lift is a discreet bicycle rack that you can also use to hang your coat, tools and other items. It can be mounted practically anywhere and its metal arm can be slotted from either side. It can support up to 50lb and has an optional complementary tire tread guard.

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Super 73 Electric Bicycle

Super 73 Electric Bicycle

Like the Ruckus, Lithium Cycles’ Super 73 is based on the style of kids’ mini-bikes from the ’70s. It has a low frame and a long cushioned seat, a 1000W motor, a removable battery, drink holder, 20″ wheels and disc brakes. It goes up to 27mph for 20mi per charge.

Blinkers Bicycle Lights

Blinkers Bicycle Lights

A set of high tech bike lights that hold in place with powerful magnets. The headlight and rear brake light offer bright turn signals, and the rear light also projects a laser perimeter on both sides of your bike. A power-saving mode adjusts their intensity based on ambient light.

Razik Lightweight Bikes

Razik Lightweight Bikes

Razik’s custom built bicycles feature a stunning frame design that brilliantly blends form and function. The Isotruss lattice frame uses carbon fiber and carbon nanotube tech to produce an extraordinarily lightweight and strong frame unlike any other.

RadMini Electric Bicycle

RadMini Electric Bicycle

A folding electric fat tire bike. The RadMini comes has 4″ wide and 20″ tall Innova tires, 180mm front and 160mm rear disk brakes, LED headlight and taillight, front and rear cargo racks and a 750W motor that can get you up to 20mph. Available in black or white.

GeoOrbital Electric Bicycle Wheel

GeoOrbital Electric Bicycle Wheel

Add an electric motor to your bicycle in just a couple of minutes with the GeoOrbital. Its 500w motor goes up to 20mph for up to 20mi per charge without pedaling. The electronics are mounted inside the rim and flat-proof tire, which mount into your existing front fork.

Stromer ST2 S Electric Bike

Stromer ST2 S Electric Bike

Stromer’s extraordinary mode of modern transportation is offers pedal assist to boost you to speeds up to 28mph, goes up to 110mi per charge, and is packed with tech like wireless electronic shifting, a USB hub, a 1,600 lumen headlamp, and GPS anti-theft tracking.

Flectr Spoke Reflector

Flectr Spoke Reflector

Peel-and-stick spoke reflectors that are incredibly thin, light and tough. Flectr has thousands of reflective prisms to ensure visibility, and its aerodynamic form will not flap, move or make noise even at high speeds. There’s also a wheel magnet variant.

Hexlox

Hexlox

A magnetic pin that blocks the cap of #4, #5 and #6 hex bolts, the ones commonly used to secure bicycle parts. Each pin is angled and so small that only the Hexlox key can take it out, and each order of pins only works with the key that comes with it.

Coast Cycles Ruckus

Coast Cycles Ruckus

An adult bicycle inspired by kids’ mini-bikes from the ’60s and ’70s. The Ruckus has a beautiful chromoly frame and a custom fork and handlebar combo, a long lounge seat and either a single-speed, eight-speed or eight-speed with electric assist motor. Drops 4/2016 for $918+.

Priority Coast Beach Cruiser

Priority Coast Beach Cruiser

A bicycle made to withstand a harsh coastal environment. The Priority Coast has a rust-proof aluminum frame and fork, stainless steel fenders and spokes, weather-resistant grips and seat, a carbon belt drive and sealed bearings.

Breaker Multitool

Breaker Multitool

Full Windsor’s Breaker is a compact set of tools for cyclists and skaters. It comes with a chain breaker, a tire lever, a spoke key, five hex tool bits, a tool bit extender, a Torx bit, a Philips screwdriver and a bottle opener, all housed in a leather pouch.

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3D Printed Steel Bike

3D Printed Steel Bike

Students at the Netherlands’ Delft University of Technology and 3D printing company MX3D programmed a welding robot to “print” the cage structure of this awesome and unique bicycle frame. We love the open and organic design, though it’s probably still quite heavy.

Bookman Curve Bicycle Light

Bookman Curve Bicycle Light

Bookman’s rechargeable bicycle lights are visible both straight ahead and from the side, thanks to their curved design. Their silicone strap fits up to 40mm poles. The front light lasts up to 35 hours per charge while the rear light lasts up to 10 hours per charge.

MUD Wood Bicycle

MUD Wood Bicycle

An absolutely stunning cruiser bike made primarily from wood. Its frame, pedals, and mudguards are made from birch and oak. It’s got a Shimano 3-speed shifter, Shimano rollerbrakes, and (thankfully) a saddle made from leather, not wood. (Thanks João!)

Faraday Cortland

Faraday Cortland

Faraday finally adopts the more user-friendly step-through frame. The Cortland has a 250W front hub motor, a 290Wh battery that lasts up to 25mi, an 8-speed Shimano Alfine hub and a Gates carbon belt drive. GPS tracking and external battery are optional.

Centinel Wheel

Centinel Wheel

The Centinel Wheel is an affordable way to add motorized pedal assistance to normal bicycles. Its waterproof spokes house a pair of 180W motors and a battery. Maker Hycore is working on a wireless throttle that will let you ride without pedaling.

Bent Basket

Bent Basket

A beautifully simple cargo rack for bicycles. Bent Basket is made from 5-ply ash wood veneer and has removable elastic straps to suit your needs. It mounts on most front and rear racks and comes with mounting hardware.

Fortified Invincible Bicycle

Fortified Invincible Bicycle

A city bicycle that’s protected from damage and theft. It has an aluminum frame, rustproof chain and puncture-resistant tires. It also has a U-lock and uses pentalobe screws. Fortified’s optional insurance will replace your bicycle if it gets stolen, no questions asked.

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Vintage Electric Bikes

Vintage Electric Bikes

Jay Leno checks out the wares of Vintage Electric, a bicycle shop founded by Andrew Davidge when he was still in high school. As its name implies, his company specializes in electric bicycles with 20th-century frames and 21st-century prices.

Budnitz FTB

Budnitz FTB

Keep cruising come winter with Budnitz’ fat but nimble bike. It has a carbon fiber fork and a titanium frame that weighs just 5lb. It also has a carbon belt drive, 14-speed transmission, hydraulic brakes, 82mm rims and 4.8″ tires.

Loud Mini Bicycle Horn

Loud Mini Bicycle Horn

Loud Bicycle’s latest horn is just as loud as the original Loud Horn at 125dB and also sounds like a normal car horn. But the Loud Mini is much smaller and lighter than its predecessor. It lasts up to four months per charge.

Ono Archont Bicycle

Ono Archont Bicycle

Serbian company Ono wants to make a name for itself by handcrafting stylish bicycles. It’s first model, the Archont, certainly fits the bill. The low rider-inspired bike is 9ft. long and has 28″/26″ wheels. It also has an electric variant.

Ducks in a Row Backpack

Ducks in a Row Backpack

A leather backpack designed with cycling-friendly features, such as handlebar straps so you won’t have to sweat with the bag on your back while biking, a touchscreen-friendly rear pocket, a rain cover and slots for a helmet and a flashlight.

Classic 2.0 Garment Pannier

Classic 2.0 Garment Pannier

Two Wheel Gear’s Classic 2.0 securely carries up to five garments. It also has a 15″ laptop compartment and numerous internal and external pockets. It fits on most rear bike racks and doubles as a carry-on. It comes with a reflective rain cover.

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