Brooks England’s MT21 multitool has allen keys, Torx heads, screwdrivers, spoke wrenches, a chain tool, a bottle opener, a saddle spanner and a knife. Its leather case comes in black, brown or ochre. Also available here and here.
Made by Andreas Bhend, Miilo is an extendable children’s bicycle. It starts out as a trainer bike, but you can upgrade it to a fixed gear bicycle using most of its existing parts to adapt to a child’s growth.
Winner of Oregon Manifest’s 2014 Bike Design Project, the Denny bicycle has a handlebar that doubles as a bike lock, a front carrying shelf, and a removable battery for its assistive motor, brake light, front light and turn signals.
A hunting variant of the Motoped mountain bike-motorcycle hybrid. The Motoped Survival Bike has a custom frame and gas tank, a rear rack and a gas can. Optional accessories include multitools, ropes, an axe and even a crossbow.
Believe it or not, you’re looking at a bicycle helmet. The Bandbox has a protective and comfortable shell that you can discreetly top off with a variety of interchangeable hat covers (sold separately). Skip to 2:05.
Priority Bicycles aims to make bikes that can go thousands of miles without maintenance, through the use of durable parts like belt drives, pedal brakes, puncture-resistant tires and rustproof aluminum frames.
A bicycle with an adjustable carbon fiber frame. You can change its length as well as the angle of its front fork and seat tube to get the most comfortable ride. An app will help you figure out the right adjustments based on your body.
This awesome bicycle has handcrafted leather wraps on its tubes, forks, mudguards, handlebars, seat, and chain guard. Finished with a large leather saddlebag, it’s part of a series of seven one-of-a-kind bikes from WILL Leather Goods.
Mybelll’s speaker can blast out sounds up to 105dB, or about twice as loud as a typical metal bell. You can customize its horn by importing your own audio files. Its built-in 110 lumen LED lights are customizable as well.
Patchnride is a small device that lets you repair most bicycle tires without using other tools by injecting a permanent patch into the hole. The first version is for clincher or tubular tires; a version for tubeless tires will follow soon.
This sturdy leather bike accessory from Walnut Studiolo makes it easier to carry your bicycle lowering its center of gravity and allowing you to maintain a straight arm. It straps above the derailleur and below most water bottles.
A heartpounding ride through rocky dirt paths, staircases, narrow alleyways and bumpy sidewalks – captured from the perspective of bike rider Kelly McGarry as he zips through Taxco, Mexico’s perilous urban downhill race.
The Jyrobike is a children’s bicycle with an adjustable electronic balancing system. It stays upright even if no one’s on it. You can also just get the 12″ or 16″ wheel with a built-in control hub to convert existing bikes.
An off-road electric bicycle. The Daymak Beast has a 500W motor, a 12Ah battery and a 15W solar panel (optional in the base model) that can add up to 6mi per 8 hours of ambient light. The battery also has 2 USB charging ports.
The muscle car of electric bikes, the aluminum-framed Outlaw SS can ride at up 28mph, thanks to its powerful 750-watt direct drive motor. We’ve ridden one and were grinning from ear to ear at top speed. More here.
Transform your bicycle into a fauxtorcycle with Turbospoke, an amplified play on the old “playing card in the spokes” trick to generate extra noise. As a bonus, it probably works better than a bike horn or bell to clear the way.
A bicycle that’s as tough as it is smart. The Valour has a carbon fiber frame and various built-in devices and sensors. It can alert you of objects in your blind spot, provide turn-by-turn navigation, track your biking habits and more.
The AnalogOne.One is an elegant handcrafted bicycle from artist Mike Pecsok. Each one is made from the wood of your choice. With a Gates CDX belt drive and Schwalbe Big Apple tires, it’s the most beautiful city bike we’ve seen.
Fietsklik adds storage compartments to bicycles using its modular system. It has a base that attaches to bicycle rear racks, on which you can attach Fietsklik’s crate, messenger bag, shopping bag, laptop bag or child seat.
A clip-on cup holder that attaches to bicycle handlebars. Switch between the two rings depending on the size of your cup. You’ll still need to use a lid though. It also comes with a cube to help flatten it for storage.
The Lumen is an urban bicycle with a retro-reflective coating. By day its frame and fork appear to be dark gray, but by night they both glow white under direct light. You can also pledge $499++ for just the frame and fork.
An unorthodox tricycle, Halfbike is practically a pedal-powered Segway. To turn, just lean into the direction you want to go. Its size and weight makes it great for urban commuting. We wish it cost half as much as a bike though.
Chockful of diagrams and explanatory text, Richard Hallett’s visually impressive book provides an in-depth look at not only every detail about how modern bicycles function, but also how they came to be. Informative and beautiful.