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$3,000 Electric Walking Bicycle, a range of around 20 km (12 mi)

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Japan's Automotive parts manufacturer Katayama Kogyo has recently unveiled a new electric vehicle, caled the Walking Bicycle. It is a three wheel walking bicycle is power by a walking motion similar to that found on a stepping machine you might find in a gymnasium  and is capable of speeds up to 24 km/h (15 mph) thanks to an electric motor. The electric motor uses a lithium-ion battery that's said to be good for 20 km (12 mi) on a single two-hour charge. The Walking Bicycle is 120 cm (47 in) long and 60 cm (24 in) wide, and weighs in at 36.3 kg (80 lbs). The new Walking Bicycle will be launching in Japan during October and will be priced at around $3,000 or ¥290,000.
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Danny MacAskill - Epecuén

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Directed by Dave Sowerby, we'll see Danny take his riding back to the roots of trials riding, exploring the forgotten town of Epecuén in Argentina, a location that has been submerged for the majority of the past 25 years

Skylock

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The Skylock is a smart lock has a theft alert system that sends a message to your phone when someone touches your lock for an extended period. Messages are sent via bluetooth or via Wi-Fi.
"Using Bluetooth Low-Energy, Wi-Fi, and an accelerometer, Skylock pairs itself with a smartphone to be contextually aware. Through this connectivity Skylock can keep cyclists safer by comparing accelerometer data from a smartphone to its own and determine when a rider has been in an accident. In the event of a severe impact Skylock will send a push notification to see if the rider is ok. If they fail to acknowledge the notification within a set number of seconds, Skylock will automatically determine that the rider is seriously hurt and alert emergency responders so they can come to the rider's aid as quickly as possible."
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The Sada Bike, the Hubless Foldable Sada Bike

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We have reported the Sada Bike before, today we added a video of it. The Sada Bike is a bicycle that can fold down to the size of an umbrella.
"The wheels have no spokes, the system folds with a single movement, the packaging container can also be used as a backpack... It uses a system anchoring the wheels using smaller wheels held by a small frame and a specific quick clamping device. They allow you to fold the bike quickly and easily, using its special package like a trendy backpack."

Spokeless Sada Bike that folds to the size of an umbrella

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A bicycle that folds down to the size of an average umbrella! This is the Sada Bike, which is a spokeless bicycle that folds into itself to reduce its original form down to just a mere stick like form for easy transportability in a backpack. Sada Bike is made from a system that anchors the wheels using small frame and a clamping device. The Sada bike is in its prototype stage, and its creators are looking for investors who can help turn it into a reality.
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Fallout 3 bike

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Chris Riffel, a Fallout 3 fan from Regina, Saskatchewan. He created a fully functioning Fallout 3 bike. Chris – who’s in high school, a graphics arts teacher at Cochrane High School, several students and staff helped him with the construction of his tribute to Fallout 3.
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The Johammer J1 Electric Bike

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The Johammer J1 Electric Bike looks like you're riding a terrified snail, cool! It is the first electric bikes to boast a 200 km (125 miles) range when fully charged. This can go anywhere from 30-60+ miles an hour, which isn’t too bad compared with most. About the price, it is not cheap, J1 models ranging from $31,860 to $34,630 for that 125-mile range option.
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Pibal bicycle

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A bicycle crossed with a scooter? French designer Philippe Starck and car company Peugeot have unveiled a prototype bicycle crossed with a scooter, designed for a free cycle scheme in Bordeaux, France. Good idea. The first 300 units are expected to be manufactured and delivered by Peugeot in June, when they'll be loaned to citizens for free.
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Double O Bike Lights

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Designer Paul Cocksedge has designed a set of cool bicycle lights called the Double O(funding on Kickstarter) which stay in place using magnets and incorporate rechargeable batteries, and bright LEDs. Push on the back Double O and snap on the front Double O and the magnets inside will securely hold them in place.
"Double O bike lights have magnets inside so putting them on and taking them off is hassle free. Fix the polycarbonate mounts onto the bike frame with the nut and bolt provided. Push on the back Double O and snap on the front Double O and the magnets inside will securely hold them in place.
Double O’s are extremely robust and hard wearing. Along with a polycarbonate shell and silicone backing, they also have neodymium-grade magnets inside to make them really strong. We have done extensive tests to ensure that the magnets are robust enough and the lights stay on."
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Lumen Reflective Bicycle

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The Lumen is a retro-reflective coating bicycle inspired by late nights, city lights, and full moons. By day its frame and fork appear to be dark gray, but by night they both glow white under direct light. There's no on/off switch, no batteries required. You can pledge $499++(on kickstarter) for just the frame and fork.
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Leather Bike Growler Carrier

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This is a lovely leather bicycle growler carrier($95) for you bike, from Meriwether Montana. Handcrafted from vegetable tanned leather, this bicycle growler carrier can either be attached to the the seat hooks on the underside of the seat or directly to the post. A Cool way to securely transport your growler of beer when riding.

Rungu

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As you see in the photos, it's a tadpole trike, in which the single wheel is in the rear. A steering linkage system allows the two front wheels to pivot together. Rungu was developed by a father-and-son team who experienced first-hand how difficult it can be to traverse on sandy paths on typical trikes, especially if you’re carrying something large or heavy, like a surfboard. Two designs are available: the Juggernaut, which comes built with three fat 26 x 4.7-inch tires, and the Kilimanjarom which has the fat tire at the back and skinnier 29 x 2.5-inch tires in the front. It is priced starting at US$2,500.
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Shelfie

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Shelfie is a bike shelf that uses the seat to hook and hang your bike. And a built-in cubby gives you a space for your helmet. Good idea.

Halfbike

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The Halfbike is a pedal-powered Segway, which equipped with a single brake and a joystick style handlebar. Check out video.
The creators of Halfbike, Kolelinia explains: “Halfbike is great for commuting and transforms it from a monotonous task into a vibrant part of our everyday life. It is suitable for short distances and in conjunction with public transport could be taken on board for longer trips. Halfbike is compact enough for an elevator, light enough to carry it on stairs and fits into spaces too small for a normal bike.
If you just want to do some exercise it’s perfect for a Sunday morning in the park. Riding it mimics low impact style running and is great for “bike-jogging”. The joy of riding it can give you motivation to go out and have some fun
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Feddz electric cargo scooter Has Storage Space Instead of a Gas Tank

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Designed and built by Germany's Emo-Bike, the Feddz uses an electric motor built into the hub of the wheel, leaving a giant hole in motorcycle's frame, you will get a 23 liters of storage that's not hanging off the front handlebars like a giant basket. Two different 48-volt lithium-ion batteries are available for the Feddz, with the larger option providing up to a 68-mile range on a seven hour charge, with a top speed of around 28 mph.
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