Temple Cycles grips

These grips from England’s Temple Cycles are made of a durable cork and rubber composite specially designed for comfort. They look pretty ace, too. Images: Temple Cycles

The Reflective Notabag

Made from high visibility reflective material, the Reflective Notabag is a combination of a bag and a backpack designed to make its wearers stand out on the road. As well as being an eco-friendly reusable bag, it’s water-resistant and machine-washable. Talk about

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Centrefold: Priority Coast Cruiser

Calling all beach riders! If you’re after a bike that can provide a smooth ride and withstand rust then this is the build for you. Designed, assembled and tested in coastal climates around the globe, the Priority Coast Cruiser has been specially

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Video: Mattell V-rroom

Sure, you love your bike. But how much more fun would it be if your trike sounded like a hot rod? Mattel’s V-rroom is the answer to this question. This gizmo attaches to a child’s bike and even comes with a pretend

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Bellwether Design

Kath Dolan discovers how a small Melbourne company best known for bike lights and locks set Kickstarter alight and doubled its markets worldwide via a clever, stylish little bell called Oi. Knog co-founder Hugo Davidson still can’t quite believe more than 20

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BBQ by bike

  Just when we think we’ve seen it all, the universe surprises us. The European-invented Knister Grill is an extendable barbequeue designed to be transported via the handlebars of your bike. It’s a bike BBQ! (Or BBBQ – you can have that one for

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