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A bicycle with an automatic transmission. It has onboard sensors, a computer and a gear shifter that detect the terrain and tell the NuVinci N360 drivetrain when to shift gears. A dynamo powers the electronics as you pedal.
The portable Rubbee Drive turns pretty much any bicycle into an electric bike. It’s easy to install and remove and it has a range of up to 15 miles. Its large 20,000 mAh battery can be fully charged in just two hours.
Troll the neighborhood kids and their puny trikes with High Roller’s adult size big wheel trike. It has a steel frame and fork, a plush seat that supports up to 300lb., 14″ plastic rear wheels for drifting and a 26″ rubber front wheel.
The Motoped is a hybrid bike that you assemble using mountain bike and pit bike parts along with custom components from the Motoped DIY kit. This gives you a versatile ride that’s highly customizable and repairable.
(NSFW: Language) Having always felt inspired by the DIY attitude of the land speed freaks of the 60’s, Donhou Bicycles set out to build a bike with the express purpose of seeing just how fast they could go. That monster gear is so awesome.
Made of titanium and has a total of 24 tools in a compact package: 9 hex heads, 8 hex bolt wrenches, 2 screwdrivers, a T25 Torx head and 4 spoke keys. You can secure it under your bike seat so it’s always there when you need it.
Designed by Thomas Walde, Postfossil’s shelf is for bicycle enthusiasts. It lets you present your beloved ride as a room centerpiece. The shelf is made of fir and has a steel pin and coconut fiber mats.
An adjustable leather handle that sits just above your bicycle’s gears. It lets you carry your bike with your arm in a natural position that’s easier and much more comfortable than if you held your bike up by its top tube.
Colin Furze is known for making amped-up, but horribly dangerousvehicles. His latest creation? A bicycle with a ridiculous, fire-spewing jet propulsion system. Go figure his biggest problem was the tires.
Plume is an easy to install mudguard that gets out of the way when you don’t need it. It behaves like a retractable tape measure. It stays unfurled even in rough terrain, yet it coils back with a gentle press of your finger.
The LEDs on Helios are for more than just illumination. Aside from a headlight, it also has two rear LEDs with multiple functions. They can be used as turn signals, visual speedometers and even provide turn-by-turn directions.
The Sandwichbike is the bicycle for people who love putting things together. It will be shipped to you in a flat pack box, ready for assembly. It has weather-coated layered plywood frames connected by metal cylinders.
Skipping the toothpick and tweezers this time, Victorinox offers a slightly simpler take on the bike tool, with a pocket-sized kit that offers an L-shaped hex wrench, 8 common bits, and a pair of tire-changing levers.
Steve Kuhl invented comfy bicycle seats that use nothing but air as cushion. The air is sealed in durable bladders and the amount of air can be adjusted even while you’re biking. Available in three different shapes.
Wheels with Revolights pre-installed onto the rims using rivets. All you have to do is attach them to your bicycle. You can also now pledge to get a Mission Bicycle with pre-installed Revolights Wheels.
Similar to the Quirky Indicator, Uon Lights are signal lights for bicycles. They attach to handlebar ends and have a white LED, a red LED and an orange turn LED, which can be activated just by tapping the device.
A three-in-one bike by Mika Becktor, the Cykla can quickly switch between cruiser, road, and commuter modes using an adjustable frame and seat. We also like the integrated lighting, and open spoke design.