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Bendy Bicycle

Most city dwellers rely on their feet more than anything, but there are more than a handful that prefer to cruise around their respective hoods on wheels. Most of these bikers you’ll see with backpacks or messenger bags, because when you live a city, leaving your bike parked on the street without a lock and chain is not an option ...

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Treadmill on Wheels Works Your Cardio While Moving About in Nature

Sure, you could argue that you might as well just use a traditional bicycle or maybe even walk for a change, but some people require variety in their life. The Treadmill Bicycle takes the treadmill out from the confines of your home and allows you to power walk your way through nature, without all of that troublesome pedaling. Sort of ...

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How Could You Be So Forkless?

I’m not sure how this Forkless Bike works, so I’m just going to assume it’s via magic. Designed by Olli Erklia, this bike ain’t got no alibi, it’s forkless. Yeah, yeah, it’s forkless. Link [via]

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Concept Nike Glasses Allow Bikers To See Their Surroundings

Trust me, I know how important it is to see all of your surroundings when you’re biking. When I was 12 I was hit by a drunk driver. I can only think of what might have happened if I had been able to see what was going on around me. Would I have been able to avoid the hit? The ...

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Traveling Drum Kit

The concept was pretty simple. Take a bike and turn it into a drum kit. It sounds simple enough. But who would actually think of doing such a thing? David Osborne’s traveling drum kit takes about 20 minutes to transform from a bicycle into a… drum kit bicycle. The kit contains 5 cymbals, 3 snare drums and a foot pedal. ...

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Genius: The Cart Bike

I have to admit, I’ve never seen someone attach a grocery cart to the front of a bicycle. Now that I think about it, why hasn’t anyone done this yet? It’s essentially the smartest way to cart around stuff if you don’t drive. You can now go grocery shopping and not have to worry about how much food you can ...

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Underground Storage For Japanese Bike Owners

Here in New York City, there are a few select parking garages that are an example of master engineering. In Japan, the same concept applies to bicycles. Giken’s Eco-Park system involves an underground storage unit that is earthquake-proof and can hold a good number of bicycles (~50). For about $30, you can store your ride here each month and retrieve ...

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Can’t Ride This: Bi-Cycle

Hmmm, I feel like designer Elad Barouch directly copied from Atomic Mass’ See Saw Bike when he came up with the design. Hmm, maybe that’s because Elad is the designer of the See Saw Bike. Now it’s all making sense. It takes two riders and both steer in opposite directions. The catch, however, is that they face away from each ...

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