Good news for anyone dreaming about getting a shiny new Audi for cruising through town, the price of entry has just come down significantly. There is a catch however, because that mid-engined driving force is you.
For the 2010 Seoul Design Cycle Competition Eungi Kim unveiled a horse-shaped bike attachment. We can't decide if this accessory will make your next ride a joyous excursion or the subject of ridicule, but if you're a commuter looking to spice things up, this may be just the thing.
Bob Maddox is nuts. For his latest creation, the dude combined twin jet engines with a bike as a contracted project for another presumably crazy biker who wants to ride the damned thing.
Unlike cars, most bikes aren't equipped with GPS systems, so finding your way in an unfamiliar area can be pretty hit and miss. This cool concept bike does the obvious, by giving you a well-placed holder where your iPhone can show you the way.
What happens when you let a bike builder go nuts to create the lightest road racing bike possible? You get this amazing 6-lb machine built by Fairwheel Bikes in Tuscon and exhibited over the weekend at the Interbike Show in Las Vegas.
While there are plenty of foldable commuter bikes out there, they all end up looking pretty weird and ugly when you actually ride them. It's the price to pay for being able to keep your bike in your studio apartment. But that's not the case with Wallpaper magazine's beautiful new foldable bike.
They say you should never tweet and drive, but what if you're a smart bike sending out tweets as you cross America for charity? That's what a bike called Precious is doing right now.
Any driver knows how tough it can be to spot bikes on a dark street at night, especially if they aren't using any kind of lighting. Sure you could add those little flashing LED lights to your ride, but these special tires with embedded LED lighting would be even harder to miss.
Bike modder Peter Wagner put this crazy monstrosity together, apparently hoping it would be able to handle terrain as diverse as water, sand, mud and pavement. Yes, those big back wheels are actually trampoline frames.
Having a bike in the city is great, but for one problem: where do you keep the damned thing when you aren't riding it? The solution for many is a folding bike, but the ridiculously small wheels and goofy configuration of most folding bikes give some riders pause.