Siva's pedal-powered Atom charging system is cheap, installs in minutes, and gives you power on your bike or anywhere else, as long as you're willing to work for it.
Artist Jimmy Kuehnle's transparent bicycle is the closest thing we'll ever get to an actual "invisible" bike.
This mesmerizing video may look like an art display, but it's actually a data representation of the five million routes taken by London cyclists since 2010. It's the perfect marriage of graphic visualization and useful information.
With more people choosing to ride bikes for their commute, more and more safety features for cyclists are hitting the streets as well. The latest device that has surfaced is created with powerful LED lights and two red lasers to create a highly visible instant bike lane, alerting motorists on how to safely navigate around them.
So, we just went through this issue with the Fliz concept bicycle. Why not just run or cycle and call it a day? In this case, as the instructional video for the Treadmill Bike indicates: some people just want to take their favorite gym workout outside.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a pedal-powered headlight and phone charger for your bicycle, a smart tank top that shocks you when you fall out of form during an exercise and a smartphone app that provides you with random workout ideas.
Back in the stone age, Fred Flintstone would drive his car along using his feet, so why not get rid of a bike's pedals and gears and drive it along in the same way? The Fliz Bike concept from Germany does just that, and even has you hang your body from the frame in a harness.
There are a number of interesting bike designs made from a variety of materials, but one factor always held true: they're not generally made of cardboard. Well, designer Giora Kariv wasn't having that, so he went ahead and built a bike out of cardboard for $9.
This prototype bike from European carmaker Peugeot (known to DVICE readers for its crazy concept vehicles) is sure to turn heads. The company's new design is centered around something unusual — a centrally mounted place to stow your laptop while pedaling.
Ugh. Cycling. We've got cars now people, which means that you don't have to pedal your butt off to get from place to place. But if you absolutely insist on punishing yourself like that, consider upgrading your bike with this trailer, which can give you an assistive boost whenever you need it.