5/8/14
 
 

This Week In Bikes

Did you know that May is National Bike Month? Perhaps that's why we've been seeing so many great bike stories and gear in our feeds lately. Herewith, a few of our favorites from the past week.

 

Two New Bikes

Cool Material introduces us to the compact, collapsable and spoke-less Sada Bike. Currently just a working prototype, it has the dimensions of a standard bicycle with 26" wheels, but can easily fold up with just one quick movement.

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Selectism has all the details on the new bike from Snow Peak, known for their handsome and hardwearing camping gear. The brand teamed up with bike maker Muller Japan to create an equally good looking yet highly functional stainless steel cycle.

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Best Biking Apps

Insider travel site, PeterGreenburg.com, has rounded up six of the best biking apps to download this summer, from Map My Ride which measures speeds and maps your route with GPS and the trail-finding EveryTrail to Bike Repair, an info-packed and picture-filled digital maintenance guide.

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The Bike EDC Kit

Kaufman Mercantile's new EDC kit was made for the hands-on cyclist and is stocked with small, but practical tools like a pair of mini pry bars for emergency tire changes and a pair of hex keys for adjusting seat height and handlebars or tightening brakes.

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Lock Down

Gear Patrol tests out ten different locks to determine the most sturdy solution for securing your bike.

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Bike Lane Gear

The gents at Uncrate have put together some stylish gear and sartorial options for the urban bike commuter.

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