9 Apr
22-kg, 45 km/h top speed, LED lights & Brooks leather grips

Fashioned after the Vespa scooter, the LEAOS is a sleekly designed advancement to the electric bicycle. Developed and handmade in Italy, this bicycle-meets-moped’s central feature is a fully carbon fiber monocoque frame, fork and well-designed handlebars —  the latter of which smartly hold the digital display. This carbon construction allows for an exceptional weight of just 22 [...]


In order to honor the 40th Anniversary of legendary skateboard pioneers Santa Cruz, SE Bikes has created a special edition Big Ripper bicycle. The 29” Santa Cruz x SE Big Ripper bike features many graphic touches from Santa Cruz’s iconic boards, including much of Jim Phillips artwork like the Screaming Hand blue colorway with the [...]


16 Apr
Dutch Design concept of flat packing, applied to 2-wheels

The Sandwichbike was born of the Dutch Design principle of “flat packing”, which allows for easy shipping and then home assembly of a variety of products. Of course it has worked excellently with furniture, but this is the first time the idea has been executed to create a bicycle. As they explain, “Instead of a welded [...]


8 Apr
Born of military applications & folded into 36" x 28" x 12" cube

A very cool design born of military applications, the Montague Paratrooper Folding Bicycle is a fulling functioning Mountain Bike that can be folded up into a portable to 36″ x 28″ x 12″ cube. They promise it can traverse up to 75 miles daily with low/no logistic support necessary, and it’s equipped with industry standard wheels [...]


8 Mar
Only 50 bikes made from Aventador carbon fiber & leather

To help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Italian supercar maker Lamborghini, the Swiss bicycle builder BMC has put together this Lamborghini Edition Road Bike for their southern neighbors. Like the Porsche 911 also celebrating its half century, Lambo is making no plans to lay low on this special birthday, instead going full force with outlandish [...]


11 Dec
Wu Tang's plump rapper benefits those struck by Sandy

Who says the Wu don’t give a F? The Chef Raekwon certainly does — everyone’s favorite chipmunk rapper has teamed up with Affinity Cycles to auction a mini collection of bicycles benefitting those struck by Hurricane Sandy. Each of the 3 bikes is named after an area struck by the infamous deluge: New York City (above), Rockaway [...]


4 Oct
UK designer & architect Andy Martin bends his fixie

The nearly two-century old furniture maker Thonet has been experimenting with “bentwood” furniture since 1830, so it’s not a completely irrational leap that the company has made the move into fixed wheel bicycles… with a bentwood frame. Using a steam-bending process developed in the 1930s, they’ve taken the design by London architect Andy Martin and [...]


23 Sep
Internal hub bicycle technology for your two-wheeler

Chappelli‘s NuVinci internal hub bicycle uses the latest innovation in gear technology, allowing for a seamless transition through speeds. Say goodbye to clunking gears or cadence interruptions as changing gears with the NuVinci hub is as simple as adjusting the grip shifter to match the gradient of the road — essentially allowing for an infinite [...]

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