POV footage captured from the top of a ridiculously tall bicycle that measures 14.5 feet from the seat to the ground. Though we’d be more impressed if the rider were wearing stilts. (Thanks Logan!)
Invented by 17-year old Tyler Hadzicki, the ONDA Cycle is the most unusual velocipede we’ve ever seen. It has handles that let you revolve its rear wheels, so you can drift or spin on a dime.
Loopwheels are unusual 20″ bicycle wheels with built-in suspension in the form of flexible carbon composite springs. The wheels still work with conventional hub brakes and gears.
- Price: ~$350++
The Sandwichbike is the bicycle for people who love putting things together. It will be shipped to you in a flat pack box, ready for assembly. It has weather-coated layered plywood frames connected by metal cylinders.
Skipping the toothpick and tweezers this time, Victorinox offers a slightly simpler take on the bike tool, with a pocket-sized kit that offers an L-shaped hex wrench, 8 common bits, and a pair of tire-changing levers.
If you live in an urban area, Ride the City can help you find the safest biking routes between two places by avoiding major traffic areas that are dangerous for cyclists.