Highlights
  • Faraday Porteur: the electric utility bike

    Faraday Porteur: the electric utility bike

    Faraday Porteur is a modern electric utility bike with emphasis on its bicycle-ness. You won’t see bulky batteries and the motor is also barely visible. Lithium batteries are hidden inside the double top…

  • Vanhawks Valour: the first connected carbon fibre bike

    Vanhawks Valour: the first connected carbon fibre bike

    Vanhawks Valour is the bike of the future. The carbon fibre commuter bicycle features performance tracking, security sensors and interactive feedback. It is loaded with various sensors and connected to the rider’s smartphone….

  • Victoire Cycles for Berluti

    Victoire Cycles for Berluti

    Two French luxury brands worked together to create an authentic yet modern Victoire Cycles for Berluti bike. Workshop Victoire Cycles handcrafted the porteur style inspired bike, tailored to the brand image of the…

  • Hanebrink Electric Bike

    Hanebrink Electric Bike

    Dan Hanebrink has the right stuff to build the all-terrain electric bike of tomorrow.  Not only is he a national champion cyclist and a bicycle innovator, he’s also a NASA aerospace engineer.  Hanebrink…

  • The Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool

    The Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool

    The Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool Kit is an essential item for cyclists. The small, handy and robust tool weights only 98 grams and features 8 bits for the most common types of screws found…

  • Experiments in speed

    Experiments in speed

    Experiments in speed. Inspired by those great men of the salt flats, those men that in the 60s pushed the Land Speed Record from the 300s up towards the 600mph mark in jet-propelled…

Vanhawks Valour: the first connected carbon fibre bike

Vanhawks Valour: the first connected carbon fibre bike

Vanhawks Valour is the bike of the future. The carbon fibre commuter bicycle features performance tracking, security sensors and interactive feedback. It is loaded with various sensors and connected to the rider’s smartphone….

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