These iron-on dots are designed to improve visibility and safety when riding your bike at night. they’re made using microscopic glass beads that concentrate and reflect light, and come in a variety of shapes, so you can make whatever pattern you’d like on your clothing. RydeSafe also makes reflective stick-ons for your bike.
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Never worry about nighttime visibility on your bike again. Bright Eyes‘ headlight cranks out 1600 lumens on its high setting. Thanks to an external battery pack, it can run from 4 to 16 hours depending on brightness level. It fits all bike handlebars, and comes with a diffuser lens and a free LED taillight.
OneUp Components‘ compact tool kit is engineered just for bicyclists, and includes a variety of hex and spoke wrenches, along with a chain link breaker, Presta valve core tool, tire levers, screwdrivers, and storage for a CO2 cartridge, which can be used with OneUp’s matching compact pump.
Improve your bicycle’s nighttime safety and visibility without installing extra equipment. Simply place this water bottle into your bottle cage, and you’ll get a bright source of light. It runs for up to 8 hours in constant mode, and 16 hours in flash mode. Of course, it still holds drinks too.
Freestyle MTB rider Matt Jones shows off some epic tricks out in the forest in Red Bull’s beautifully shot short film which uses rotoscoped multiple exposures to peer into Matt’s mind as he works out and improves each maneuver. That loop de loop was totally sick.
Check out this incredible point of view video captured by rider Kilian Bron, who managed to beat out more than 700 other bike riders on an unmarked 15.5 mile, 7800+ vertical foot downhill run in the 2019 Mountain of Hell competition in the French Alps. There was also quite the crash at the start of the race. (Thanks Matl!)
This indoor bicycle trainer helps build your endurance and fitness regardless of the weather outside. It holds road bikes or mountain bikes securely by its quick-release rear axle, and a smooth-spinning steel flywheel with magnetic resistance. Grab one today in The Awesomer Shop.
Rapha’s oversize bike pack not only protects your gear from getting wet, it also ensures that your bicycle stays stable while it’s attached. It’s secured to both the seatpost and the saddle rails for stability. An aluminum spine and a three-point harness cinches the bag to compress it.
This modern take on bicycle lighting adds a 64-LED tail lamp which can display animations to draw attention, along with the ability to display left or right turn signals from a handlebar remote. It also can project laser beams to create a virtual lane boundary for your bike.
Livall’s bike helmet has a pair of Bluetooth speakers and a microphone for calling and listening to music and navigation from your phone. It also has brake and turn signal lights to improve visibility. It can even automatically call your emergency contact if you fall.
Beryl’s Laserlight Core is an improved version of the company’s innovative projection bicycle light, which sends an image of a bicycle about 20ft in front of you. It’s lighter, projects a clearer laser image and lasts longer (up to 41h per charge). It’s also water- and dust-resistant.
The Stompump is a compact tire inflator that’s powered by your leg. It comes with a frame dock that lets you stow it on your bike’s water bottle holder. It has a built-in air filter, a small storage compartment and a chuck that works with Presta and Schrader valves.
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.