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Not every cyclist can stow away their bikes in a garage or handy home annex. Apartment dwelling riders don't have much space indoors, but won't want to leave their bikes outside either. You could hang a bike on hooks on the wall, but Italy's Vadolibero has combined a vertical bike rack with a floor lamp for a stylish solution to cycle storage in the home... Continue Reading Space-saving bi
Bicycle locks can be a hassle to cart around, which is why we've seen ones that double as part of the bike, such as its handlebars, seatpost, pedal and saddle. One of the latest, the Nexibi, is a folding lock that also serves as a rear rack... Continue Reading The Nexibi – it's both a bike lock and a rear rack Category: Bicycles Tags: Bike Racks Folding Kicks
We've already seen quite a few motorized wheels that let you convert your existing bike into an e-bike. The Alizeti 300C system, however, takes a different approach. Similar in concept to the Rubbee, it's based around an integrated rear rack...Continue Reading Motor-equipped rear rack electrifies your bikeCategory: BicyclesTags: Electric Bicycle KickstarterRelated Articles:
Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Milou Bergs has designed a bicycle rack that only pops-up when needed, as an alternative to the "eyesore" storage systems populating towns and cities. Read more
Bike racks that mount on your vehicle's trailer hitch may be handy, but they can certainly make it difficult to access the rear hatch – particularly when they're loaded with bikes. While some such racks do fold down or swing to one side, Saris' new Glide takes a different approach. As its name implies, it just kinda "glides" back out of the way...Continue Reading Hatch-access bicycle rack use


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