This here is a tiny biped robot that can ride a tiny bike around. It is adorable! Why does it exist, beyond to look adorable? I have no idea, but it does.
Carrying a bike lock around with you while you ride can be a pain. Where do you keep it? But the Küat lock solves that with a rather ingenious solution.
It seems to me that a case or a stand would make for the most logical accessory for a tablet. A bike? Not so much. But that's just what Samsung's cooked up.
Bike share programs have popped up in a number of cities across the US in the past few years, but none as big or as well-suited for biking as NYC. But that'll change next year when the city gets 10,000 bikes for sharing spread across it.
Are you looking for a vehicle with the convenience of the bike and the ridiculousness of a unicycle? Well, say hello to the YikeBike!
Remember the personal "LightLane" bike lane? Sick of Prague's inadequate amounts of bike lanes, two artists decided to turn that concept idea into a real working project with a portable pico projector.
This bike doesn't look like you'll find it in any stores, but it's certainly a pretty badass way to get around.
Here's a fresh new idea for a bike lock: the TiGr. It's a titanium "bow" that straps around your bike and secures it to anything nearby.
The Rael concept bike looks pretty sweet, sure. But what makes it unique isn't its styling, its what you can't see: a rearview camera hidden in the seat, one that can record video in a crash for evidence.
Want to make your bike a little more unique? Well, the Triblean retrofit kit will replace your front wheel with a two-wheeled setup, turning into a strange grown-up tricycle.