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    Bike manufacturer AERO created this prototype bicycle frame from layers of birch to test wooden structural techniques that can be applied to architectural projects. The bicycle was conceived by Martino Hutz, Atanas Zhelev and Mariya Korolova whilst working on a wooden structural design for a London house, during their studies at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The bike frame is composed of lamellas—millimeter-thick sheets of birch wood glued together into strips that splay out at the points where the crank and peddle are fixed, as well as below the seat. A beautiful bike.
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    At £250 a pop Hövding is an airbag for cyclists developed by a Swedish company and has just launched here in Bristol. It's billed as the safest thing a cyclist can wear - but would you?
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    Trefecta Mobility  presents its latest DRT Electric Dirt Bike. It is  a simple  technologically-enhanced electric bike, which features a 20-inch 7075 aluminum frame and a unique hybrid pedal system efficiently utilizes both electrical and mechanical power. Handlebar controls provide convenient function controls and essential riding statistics, including speed, distance and battery life
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    Acre's Meridian($455) is "a fully-taped waterproof-breathable jacket designed for extreme wet conditions." The Meridian comes in a jacket or vest that is constructed from a protective shell that keeps you dry in wet conditions.
    "Made with 96 g/m2 Polartec NeoShell fabric. This highly breathable, waterproof fabric is engineered to react to changes in body temperature and activity levels, allowing more moisture and heat to escape as the intensity level increases. As a result, the Meridian is the perfect waterproof jacket for an exceptionally wide range of environments and temperatures."
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    Francois Gissy rode the bike at the Circuit Paul Ricard in the south of France last Friday, watching Francois Gissy speed over 207 miles per hour on a bicycle with a rocket.
    "François Gissy has reached an incredible speed of 333 km/h on the rocket-propelled bicycle designed by his friend Arnold Neracher. More than 300 km/h on a skinny and completely stripped bicycle, this is amazing, and crazy! Who thought that one day a daredevil on a bicycle, with a rocket under the saddle, could travel the quarter mile in less than 7 seconds? "
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    Shane Chen's Lunicycle is designed to give the rider the same experience as riding a unicycle without the difficulty.  First, Lunicycle doesn't have a seat, so you don't have to relearn balance in a different body position. You stand on Lunicycle, so you balance yourself in the same way you would while standing.
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    Cykelvalg.dk recently launched a new infographic about the many bikes in Copenhagen.
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    This cool Cup Holder($50) for iced coffee, water bottles, sunglasses, and anything else you need within easy reach while riding.  Made of black silicone rubber.
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    This is the RYNO Motors Micro-cycle. It can be ridden anywhere bikes are allowed, reach speeds up to 10MPH, travel 10-miles on a single charge, and carry a total weight (including dat ass) of 260-pounds. They're available for pre-order now for $5,300 with an estimated delivery later this year.
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    Remember Norwegian artist Markus Moestue's velociraptor trike, now there's a video documenting the trip.
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    The cockpit is fully integrated into a single unit and the front and rear lights are also embedded into the frame, giving Urban Concept Bike a highly distinctive, yet elegant appearance. The  Canyon Urban features  including a Gates sprocket and belt, Shimano brakes and rear derailleur, and San Marco custom leather grips and saddle .
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    Korean manufacturer Bygen’s Hank Direct Bike simply ditches the chain and switches it for a direct-drive system. Instead of a chain or belt drive, it has levers that transfer power from the pedals to the rear wheel. This means the pedals are directly powering the rear wheel, much like a Penny-farthing’s pedals power the front wheel directly. But unlike a Penny-farthing, the Hank isn’t a fixie: it has a hub transmission with three available gear ratios. The pedals extend forward and are placed at a natural angle beneath the rider, while the entire bike doesn’t actually fold but rather telescope back into itself. The top post is completely adjustable, so even when you take it out of the retracted position, you don’t have to slide it all the way forward, allowing you to lock it in place at the most comfortable distance. Price and availability haven’t been announced, however.
    - Simple and fancy design with no BB and chains
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    The Halfbike's compact design is intended to make it an ideal option to the traditional inner city bike. with its aluminum frame and plywood pole steering device, weighs in at lean 7.8 kg (17 lb).
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    Fyxation's bike-mounted leather beer carrier($60)  is the perfect companion for a night out on your bike.
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    The Schiller X1 Water Bike lets you take the thrill of riding on to the open water, where its high end anodized, powder coated aluminum cycling frame, proprietary two-stage 8:1 gear reduction with Gates Carbon Drive belt system, and twin rudderless pontoons will allow you to get up to 10 miles per hour. It’s easily assembled and disassembled in 10 minutes, and weighs about 45 lbs. The standard X1 will set you back $6,495.
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    The Bull’s Eye bike lift & carry is created for the city dwellers and allows to easily lift and to comfortably move the bicycle or an electric bicycle as if it is a shoulder bag.
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    This is the raptor bicycle (technically a tricycle) built by Norwegian artist Markus Moestue. Cool
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    The  Motoped Survival Bike($2,000), it’s a downhill-styled, motor-assisted bicycle. Built on a DH frame, with off-the-shelf bike parts, the Motoped used a 50cc Honda engine that delivers up to 120 miles per gallon. Well, it also comes outfitted with a crossbow, one-gallon gas pack, a survival shovel, a tomahawk, a harpoon, a fixed blade saw, a lighting system, carabiners and climbing rope, a flashlight, a multifunction knife/light, two multi-tools, a neck knife, and a bike mount for your smartphone.
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    The ProGo motor scooter(on kickstarter) promises two hours of riding time per 16.4oz propane canister. It has a 4-stroke engine and doesn't stink or make as much noise as a gasoline-powered scooter.
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