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A new bicycle design uses a shaft drive instead of a chain
A US storage company has created a solution for cyclists who are in need of secure outdoor bike storage.
Flexible tires made from a thermoplastic elastomer can be 3D printed and customized for varying cycling needs.
Cyclists can use this new bike to receive more detailed and personalized results regarding their fitness and cycling technique.
Dutch service Swapfiets means cyclists will never have to go without their bike while it is in for repair.
Insurance firm AXA has dreamt up a cycling bell that emits a regular bell warning, and taps into surrounding cars’ radios and comes out of the speakers.
Japanese company Bridgestone has created a new cycle tire that doesn’t need air and uses spokes to support themselves.
Shanghai urban bike sharing company Mobike recently announced a partnership that brings the service to China’s WeChat users via an in-app mini-app.
Netherlands-based company creates a new cycling app that lets companies track how many miles staff have cycled, and reward them accordingly.
Bicycles Against Poverty sells bicycles to members of rural communities in northern Uganda to help them access school, markets and water.
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German company tex-lock introduces a five-layer rope bike lock that weighs around one kilogram and is available in small, medium and large sizes.
A bike that uses a kinetic energy recovery system to charge while cyclists pedal and break, meaning you never have to plug it in.
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Yellow Backie is an Amsterdam initiative which encourages visitors to get a free ride on the luggage rack of a local’s bicycle.
Researchers from Bellnix and Saitama University have created an electric bike which can charge wirelessly at an unmanned docking station.
A scheme that aims to place extra heavy duty bike locks in public locations, which can be used by any cyclist through contactless cards.
MindRider is using EEG technology to enable riders to see how their thought patterns change over the course of their journey.