Made specifically for the peer-to-peer bikesharing community, BitLock pops open for you (or your friends) using just your phone, no keys required.
Too long have bicycles languished in the dark ages: turn your bike digital with a fancy new set of high tech handlebars.
Reducing blind spots is key to new safer truck design.
This LED projector bike headlight is controlled by a Raspberry Pi computer, and projects dynamic data onto the road in front of you as you ride.
This LED-lit bridge helps commuters stay safe in heavy traffic conditions, and it looks a little bit like a UFO.
Since biking is growing in popularity, thefts are on the rise. Fortunately, two designers have come up with a clever concept that might just change that stat.
Many of us have an ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact programmed into our phones. It's a great concept that's being taken further by a tiny sensor added to a cyclist's helmet to determine if they've taken a spill — and, if so, it uses Bluetooth to trigger the accompanying app to call their contact.
See this bike helmet? No? That's because it's invisible. No, really, it is: that hefty collar that the bicyclist (or whatever) in the above pic is wearing contains a helmet-shaped airbag that deploys on demand to save your skull, and spends the rest of its time out of the way and looking fashionable.
A Czechoslovakian design firm has joined forces with a Czechoslovakian light aircraft manufacturer and a Czechoslovakian bicycle company to make this flying Czechoslovakian bicycle electric helicopter thing.
Worried about zombie invasions, but not prepared to give up your daily bike commute? Try adding a chainsaw to the front of your classic one-speed to scare off zombies (and pretty much everyone else, too).