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  • Smart Wheel

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    The FlyKly Smart Wheel(on kickstarter) turns any bicycle into a hybrid. You simply remove your rear wheel, replace it with the Smart Wheel and you’re all set! With its 9 lbs (4 kg) it generates 250 W of power which is enough to push you up to 20 mph (25 km/h).
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    SEIL Bag

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    SEIL Bag is a wearable signal light for cyclists. Working with that in mind is Lee Myung Su, the designer behind the SEIL Bag. It’s essentially a bag with a wireless remote control that the cyclist can use to display signals on the back, such as left or right signals, the cruise signal, the stop signal, or an emergency signal. And it is also a bag, you can use it to store your phone and wallet... The concept won a Red Dot Design Award back in 2010, and now Lee is back with plans for turning it into a reality with the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for the bag. The SEIL system is currently up for funding on Kickstarter.
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    Water biking is possible with Baycycle Project

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    Last month, Judah Schiller became the first person to cross the San Francisco Bay and Hudson River into New York City on a bicycle. Judah converted his road bike into a water bike by attaching specially-made pontoons. The Baycycle Project allows water biking possible.
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    FoldyLock, a Folding Bike Lock

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    The FoldyLock is a 90cm (35.5. inch) long lock made up of "six hardened steel links covered with plastic reinforced with fiberglass to protect your bike frame from scratches. Connecting rivets are designed with VSR rivet technology against drilling. Foldylock is rust free and has an anti drilling cylinder that is protected in a hardened steel housing." You can pack it tight and carry it where the water bottle would go in its designated case, mounted on your bike frame. Hardened steel is hard to cut, good idea. The Kickstarter is fully funded, but you can still get your own for $80.
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    Modular pop-up park

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    The modular pop-up park "Parkcycle Swarm", designed by Rebar Group and N55, is a combination of a park and a bicycle. It is built to be moved around the city and instantly greenify urban spaces.
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    Hand-Painted Bicycle Helmets

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    These hand-painted, one-of-a-kind bicycle helmets by Danielle Baskin.
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    Wrist-worn Mirror for Cyclists

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    The RearViz mirror features a collapsible convex mirror, for a wider angle of view, the device allows you to see what’s behind you without having to contort yourself away from the road in front. It is made from waterproof materials, and features a pouch to insert contact information as well as medical data that could come in handy if all your precautions fail and you find yourself on the way to the hospital. A comfortable, adjustable armband keeps the mirror securely in place. It comes in two sizes, one for the wrist and the other for the forearm and cost between $23 and $37. Good idea.
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    Aaron Gwin Blazes a Downhill MTB Trail

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    Mountain bike athlete Aaron Gwin, put him on a Specialized Demo 8 Carbon and film him on an amazing trail in Idyllwild, California.

    Big Wheels For Adults

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    This is the High Roller, a $600 Big Wheels trike made for adults. They’re made by High Roller USA and accommodate riders from 5'2" to 6'6" and up to 275-lbs.
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    This Cool Electric Scooter Is Made of Hemp and Glue

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    At first glance, the Be.e scooter, invented by Dutch startup Van.eko, seems like a normal electric vehicle. It can go from 0-50 kph in seven seconds, has a 60-90km range, and its 2000-cycle battery can be fully charged using a standard 220V outlet in under four hours. The body made of hemp and flax fibers that have been impregnated with a biologically derived resin. The result is lightweight, nippy and nimble—which is why similar technology is used in Formula 1 cars. Interestingly, the retro-style scooters won’t be sold, but rented on a weekly or monthly basis. The scooter costs from arounds $180 a month.
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    The HandleBand

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    The HandleBand a simple tool that attachs your phone to your bike. Set your phone on top of it, and then wrap the band around your phone.
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    Graeme Obree unveils the Beastie bike

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    Beastie, made from kevlar and fiberglass, might be the fastest bike ever - 83 miles per hour! The extraordinary appearance even make us not believe that it's a bike.
    "The front section is rounded, then it widens out and widens out and then comes back in, in a very smooth curve and narrows down to the back end…the most important part in terms of dividing the air and then pulling the air back in again with the least amount of energy is to have a laminar (non-turbulent) flow over the sides of it." Graeme Obree said to Humans Invent.
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    Scrooser electric scooter

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    Enjoy a few second looks while embracing urban transportation on a sexy, efficient, and responsible Scrooser. While riding in Eco mode, one battery charge will last an estimated 25 days in the urban environment. Scrooser is a mobility solution that does not require a license or a helmet.
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    Carrera Foldable Helmet

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    The Foldable Helmet by Carrera is a bicycle helmet with a flexible frame that reduces the helmet’s size by 20% when not in use. The flexible frame provides increased ventilation, save extra space in your bag and adjust to the shape of a wearer’s head better.
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    Monkey Light Pro

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    Monkey Light Pro allows you to display images and animations on your bike wheel. You can download your own graphics to the Monkey Light Pro and show them while you ride.
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