I thought that the bicycle couldn’t be made any more efficient. Combining the compact design of portable, folding bicycles and something like a Segway, with future-oriented features, the YikeBike is a safe, secure, ecological efficient, and portable personal transportation vehicle. It seems strange to call it vehicle because of its small size, but the YikeBike is capable of transporting you on any commute. Continue reading →
Can nostalgia and adrenaline go together? At the beginning, I was very skeptical about it. I admit it. I wasn’t sure that me presenting what I’m about to today, here, would be the best choice as a matter of fact. I notified my editor about it and I was quickly given another option. Sometimes, all you need is just some time and space in order to be free to look into matters. The more I was digging into the Derringer cycles website, the more I was intrigued, my mind captivated by the boldness and well executed manner of the whole idea. Continue reading →
Even though the TrolleyTote is not the most glamorous basket you’ll find on the market, it has a heart of gold. Combining wheels and engineering grade plastic, the TrolleyTote functions as a bike basket, wheeled trolley and stacking crate, plus it snaps shut when done (so perhaps you can hide it from your hipster mates). Continue reading →
Van Moof are a Dutch boutique bike brand that have released a new generation of bike designs (M2 Collection) embedded with a ton of features whilst maintaining a coherent and clean look. Continue reading →
I always wear my headphones when I ride my bicycle. And I cycle around a huge, traffic-swollen city: New York. I’m usually worried on some level that I’ve disabled an important sense; it’s important to hear to be safe on a bike in New York City. But do you really want to just listen to the taxis beeping at you and rumbling, down-shifting delivery trucks instead of your favorite song?
With mechanics I don’t completely understand, but I am nevertheless excited for, earHero headphones allow you to manage your distractions without risk of accident. Continue reading →
The Donkybike urban cycle is the reliable result of problem-solving design. It has two cargo shelves at the front and back that can be used to carry not just baguettes or onions, but significant (ie. useful) loads around when you need to. It allows you to fully enjoy the convenience, cheapness, health and Eco-friendliness of city cycling and to carry more than just the essentials. Continue reading →
I love riding my bicycle. And as much as I enjoy driving, the act of moving my feet into cyclic movements in order to bring me forward and being responsible for my own balance somehow brings a sense of taking my life in my own hands. Watching parts of favorite neighborhoods move slowly beside and before me, brings a value in the appreciation of time. Continue reading →
Here is something to please the practical mind, who finds joy in using the bicycle, while being able to transport even his/her tools in style! The Acorn Bags are designed exactly for this purpose. They are expandable and compact. A rad combination, indeed!
Imagine never having to search for a misplaced or forgotten tool. Imagine fitting them all in what will roll into a stylish snug. Imagine leather, mounting straps designed to match your beautiful Brook saddle with bag loops. In case you have a larger saddle bag, just toss it into it! Yes, that good! Continue reading →
Danish design group KiBiSi created a nifty yet important accessory for bicycles. It’s called iFlash One a smart compact bike light for modern day lifestyle on the go. It’s easy to mount and lights automatically – a small wonder to keep you safe. Continue reading →
Here’s a cool storage solution from the Swiss design collective Postfossil. Designed by Thomas Walde, the Shoes Books and a Bike unit puts your beloved bicycle where it should be – framed, on a pedestal – almost like a trophy. And I mean this in the most positive way, as cycling has increased in popularity in European cities as the most ecological way of getting around. Continue reading →