This is a pioneering bike design/build competition that brings together high-level design firms with American bicycle craftsmen to create the Ultimate Urban Utility Bike – the next wave bicycle for the everyday rider. The project doesn’t aim to create a designer bike, instead the challenge is to create an urban bike to be used on the streets.
The 6500/85 bike lock is from the Bordo range of locks that are revolutionary. This folding lock is lightweight and offers features that are not available in other lock types. It is recommended for securing high quality bicycles.
The Bullit is perfect for riders who want a vintage look helmet that offers complete face protection. The Bullit is a modern take on the very first Bell Star helmet and is made from the best quality materials, and features an exceptional fit.
The S-Works McLaren Tarmac developed exclusively with McLaren is all about attention to detail. McLaren played a big role in the development of the Rider-First data collection system, which was used to analyse how different sized riders rode the bikes. Unveiled just a few days before the 2014 Tour de France, the S-Works bike raises the bar of complete bicycle performance.
The Thule Apex 9026 Bike Carrier premium hitch rack combines security, convenience and revolutionary new cradles with Road Dampening Technology. The rack holds up to five bikes and features amazing design and function including full tilt-down for rear of vehicle access.
With the rising popularity of all things vintage, it is unsurprising that Dutch-inspired bicycle brand LEKKER has become a hot topic amongst Australia’s urban cyclists. Designed in the Netherlands based on traditional bicycles from the area, LEKKER’s retro style is an asset the urban cycling scene.
Designed like a hood, and made of a super-strong nylon fabric, Hövding protects nearly all of the head, but doesn’t obstruct your field of vision. The unique airbag was developed in collaboration with airbag manufacturer Alva Sweden and is the result of intensive research and development.
Learning how to ride a bicycle is an important rite of passage – it’s all a part of growing up. But before getting rid of those training wheels, there’s now another step to help little ones progress from walking to cycling.