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The Pedi-Scope lets riders rest their neck while still seeing what's on the road ahead

As many bike riders will know, sustained cycling can end up being a pain in the neck – literally. Tilting your head down toward the ground can provide temporary relief from that pain, but then you're not able to see where you're going ... unless you're using a Pedi-Scope, that is.  Read More

The Transmitr system includes a headlight, wireless remote, and tail light

Headlights, tail lights and even turn indicators certainly make cycling safer, but reaching around to operate all those devices at once could be a bit awkward. That's why Bontrager has announced its new Transmitr system. It allows multiple lights to be controlled from one handlebar-mounted remote, via the ANT+ wireless protocol.  Read More

Crispin Sinclair Innovation's Babel Bike on London's Tower Bridge

While inclement weather and exertion are certainly factors, one of the big reasons that many people don't commute by bike is the fear of getting hit by cars. London-based Crispin Sinclair Innovation has set about addressing that fact, with its new Babel Bike. Offering features such as a protective cage around the rider, it's being promoted as "the world's safest bicycle."  Read More

The stylish Faraday Porteur electric bicycle offers 20 miles (32 km) of pedal-assist

Almost three years have passed since we originally reported on the Faraday Porteur electric bicycle, and following a successful Kickstarter campaign, it has finally hit the market. The stylish e-bike is available in British Racing Green and Classic White, and will set you back US$3,500.  Read More

Mazda's Bike by Kodo concept is said to be a reimagining of the modern racing bicycle (Pho...

Japanese carmaker Mazda has applied its Kodo design philosophy to two new artworks. The firm has unveiled its Bike by Kodo and Sofa by Kodo concepts as part of Milan Design Week. The designs seek to portray the "effortless and powerful" movement of wild animals.  Read More

The Reframed bike's frame is made from extruded aluminum, and is bolted together by the bu...

While a lot of people would like a simple no-frills bicycle for basic transportation, they also don't want a poorly-made piece of junk. That's where the Dutch designers of the Reframed bike are hoping their product will fill a niche. It's a single-speed bike with a frame made separate pieces of extruded aluminum, that the user puts together themselves.  Read More

BMW says the Cruise M-Bike Limited Edition makes use of modern design and lightweight cons...

BMW has announced a new limited run bike. The Cruise M-Bike Limited Edition is a tribute to the company's M Series of cars and uses what BMW calls the "characteristic Austin Yellow Metallic" of the BMW M division. Only 500 models will be made available.  Read More

The Halfbike II hits the boardwalk

Last year, architects Mihail Klenov and Martin Angelov introduced the world to their Halfbike. Its quirkiness apparently struck a chord with a lot of people, as it was successfully funded on Kickstarter. Now, they're raising funds for the new-and-improved Halfbike II.  Read More

The Closca Fuga in its flat (left) and on-the-head states

Bike helmets take up a lot of room in a bag, which is why we've already seen ones that can be folded like an accordion, a taco, or an armadillo. Closca Design's Fuga, however, takes yet another approach – it telescopes down from the top.  Read More

The suspension system adds just 95 grams (3.4 oz) to the weight of the bike

Jaguar and Pinarello have struck up a properly productive partnership in the last few years – the two brands combined to create Pinarello's Tour de France bike in 2014, while Jaguar modified its F-Type Coupe to act as a support car for the Pinarello-backed Team Sky. The most recent collaboration between the two brands has led to the Pinarello Dogma K8-S, which has been engineered to provide Team Sky’s cyclists with a smooth ride across rough terrain.  Read More

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