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    This folding, pedal-free electric bike designed by VW, made its debut at Auto China 2010 and is designed to fold up and fit in your spare tyre comparment. The Bik.e is capable of 12.5 miles on a full charge with a top speed of 12.5 mph, and t's designed to draw a charge from the car itself so you won't need to worry about plugging it in. Jump more watch the video of it in action.
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    Bike Porter – an integrated handlebar and basket! I love it, beautiful and simple!
    The Bike Porter is made from heat-treated alloy tubing and rod, making it lightweight and robust.. It’s designed to attach to the stem easily, installing just like any normal handlebar and can be attached to any bicycle using a two part stem (A-head stem).
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    The above photo is the German DKW Hobby scooter, built under licence by the French gunmaker Manufacture de Machines du Haut-Rhin—better known as Manurhin. They started building the Hobby in 1956, incorporating locally made components and rebranding the machine as the Manurhin MR75 in Europe and the Concord in the UK.
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    This is the Billykirk frame-pouch, a simple, one-chamber bag which straps to the top and seat tubes. It is hand-made leather with adjustable belt style straps and double button tab closure in brown. $145 
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    Want to a Penny Farthing bicycle, buy it here.
    "This beautiful excuse to don an oversized hat is just the same as the Penny Farthing bicycles of yore, and is a brilliant way of getting around in style. The front wheel is a whopping 36 inches, while the rear wheel comes in at a slightly more reasonable 12 inches, giving you that classic elevated position associated with this most barmy of bikes. "
    - A full-size Penny Farthing bicycle.
    - Accurate replica of the age-old original style.
    - Features a 32" front wheel and 12" back wheel.
    - Durable steel frame.
    - Steel cranks with anti-slip pedals.
    - Brake on rear wheel.
    - Spring suspension on saddle to ensure comfortable ride.
    - Air tires.
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    This monstrosity, owned by bike collector Richard Loncraine, the bike is built on a modified track frame and the weight of the rider is on the rear wheel. There is (hopefully) a fixed gear(there are no brakes on it, we didn't find it) to keep the bike in a stable speed and has no toe-clips on the pedals. It looks like an already-folded folding bike.
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    Treadmill on wheels, the Treadmill Bike($TBA) is a a hybrid between a bike, a scooter and your run-of-the-mill home treadmill.
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    Commercial for Leader Bike featuring San Francisco rider Massan. The last scene is very cool - just look at the way he slows the bike down using his shoes!
    Film By:
    Colby Elrick
    Colin Arlen
    macaframa.com
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    Cool bike, here.
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    Eric Tryon has made a very cool skeletal bicycle. It's fully functional and the arms and head move whenever you make a turn.
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    The Helium bike case’s unique design allows it to be opened 360° making packing your bike’s frame (it’s compatible with road bikes up to 64cm size or a full-suspension freeride mountain bike), 2 sets of wheels and other accessories like a helmet, shoes, and pump particularly painless. It unique feature is that inside the Helium is its network of inflatable partitions, strategically positioned on either side of the frame. They offer more stability and protection, at a lower weight, than other systems. The bag is even on wheels.
    Traveling with a bicycle has never been this simple: the Helium is light and easy to carry and its revolutionary inflatable padding offers unrivaled protection. Thanks to its minimal dimensions, it fits easily in the trunk of even the smallest cars (width of 100 cm). Every small detail has been looked into: the Helium bike case has special compartments for an extra wheelset and also for stowing you helmet, shoes and other essentials (pump, spare tubes, etc.)
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    Designed and constructed in Christchurch New Zealand, the YikeBike($4,450) is the worlds smallest, lightest electric folding bicycle at less than 10kg.
    Weight: 10kg (22 lbs)
    Speed: 25 km/hr
    Frame: Carbon composite
    Power: 1 kW, 30min re-charge
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    Instructables user pennachi1 created this indoor cycling rig that let you ride your bike the way you would outside. Now you can ride your bike indoor, watch the video! For those riders who want to just ride his bike indoor or for athletes training.
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    Sony Japan has announced the NV-U35 GPS for bikes owners. This is a weather-proof GPS, which features a weather-proof GPS, 8GB of onboard memory, for popular video, audio and image formats. It is now available in Japan for ¥37,000 ($400).
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    The Bicycle Tire Belt($30) made from used(recycled) bike tire.
     "This tire was rescued from the trash after a tire change at the bike shop. It has little use to it and the tread is barely showing any wear." Backing is black rubber. Belt is 1-3/4 inches wide, buckle is nickel plated steel.
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    Nice mechanical engineering class at Yale has built a bicycle with a spokeless back wheel. One of them, redditor zhoalander has posted pictures and wrote:
    As you've probably noticed, only the back wheel is spokeless. This was done for several reasons: Manufacturing the rear wheel/rim was very expensive, so we only had one machined to see if it would work. We knew that if we could get it working for the rear wheel, it would definitely work for the front. But in the end, we ran out of time (class was only one semester long).
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    Gregory deGouveia has bulit a bike with awesome car wheels!
    Said Degouveia, "The Kitten took me about a week for the frame and wheels. The headlights and brakes took about another week. The Kitten was built because the wheels were free. It's excessive and inefficient — it's sort of the anti-bike."
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    Simply for holding onto while you wait for the light to change. It's located on a little Copenhagen traffic island where cyclists wait the light. A high railing to grasp with your hand and a foot railing for putting your foot up. The foot rest reads: "Hi, cyclist! Rest your foot here... and thank you for cycling in the city." Cool, a good idea!
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    The Camper Bike by artist Kevin Cyr.
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    MIT researchers will debut the Copenhagen Wheel - a revolutionary new bicycle wheel that not only boosts power, but can keep track of friends, fitness, smog and traffic. The Wheel can store energy every time the rider puts on the brakes, and then give that power back to provide a boost when riding uphill or to add a burst of speed in traffic. It also maps pollution levels, traffic congestion, and road conditions in real-time.
    SENSE and SUSTAINABILITY
    Controlled through your smart phone, the Copenhagen Wheel becomes a natural extension of your everyday life. You can use your phone to unlock and lock your bike, change gears and select how much the motor assists you. As you cycle, the wheels sensing unit is also capturing your effort level and information about your surroundings, including road conditions, carbon monoxide, NOx, noise, ambient temperature and relative humidity. Access this data through your phone or the web and use it to plan healthier bike routes, to achieve your exercise goals or to meet up with friends on the go. You can also share your data with friends, or with your city - anonymously if you wish thereby contributing to a fine-grained database of environmental information from which we can all benefit.
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