This Ceiling-Mounted Bike Lift from Racor makes use of a simple system of pulleys to help you haul your bike up to the ceiling without breaking a sweat. It’s like tying up your horse or a boat. If you leave it unsecured, it’s apt to wander off or someone might take it for a ride. We don’t want that, so you hook it to the Racor bike lift, haul it up using the nylon rope and lock it in place.
Focus your dogs energy ! Your both going the same direction so why fight them on a leash- direct their energy where YOU want to go. Your dog is perfectly happy following his pack leader. With these new dog/human exercise rigs you can do that and more.
The Brooks Saddle Challenge Tool Bag is a tool bag that neatly fits into the rear of a saddle. The Challenge has a long history dating back to 1896, when it was first designed and patented. The buckles have a twinfold purpose, securing the flap of the tool bag shut while keeping the bag locked securely into the saddle’s bag loops.
The Helios Handle Bars will turn your run-of-the-mill bicycle into a smart bike. The LED lights give the handlebars a powerful light that’s as bright as a car headlight, and the rechargeable batteries ensure it works for up to nine hours even on the brightest setting. The Helios Bars connect to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth, giving you a range of features such as turn-by-turn navigation and ambient lighting.
The Sandwichbike comes in a DIY box kit that has all the parts you’ll need to put together a fully-functional bicycle. The core frame consists of a simple wooden quadrangle with two flat strips of wood for supporting the handlebars and front wheel. The wooden parts have holes precisely set to allow for inserting the front and back axles, pedals, handlebars and seat rod.
The Rear Vision Mirror from RearViz makes riding bicycles a lot safer. The adjustable RearViz must be strapped on to your forearm using an armband, and looks sort of like a wristwatch that’s decided to climb up the arm a bit. The mirror can be snapped open and shut as and when required, which ensures you don’t like a total dork flashing a mirror on your arm.
The Eat’N Tool Multi-Tool from CRKT is a spoon and a fork. Does that make it a spork? It would have, except for the fact that it’s also a bottle opener, screwdriver and pry tip for opening canisters. Not to mention three metric wrenches. So you’ll be carrying around a whole toolbox? Not quite, because the Eat’N Tool was designed by New York City designer Liong Mah to be a compact multi-tool for use in the outdoors.
Lumigrids is an LED projector for bicycles that hopes to improve safety during night riding. It projects square grids onto the ground and by observing changes in the grids, the rider can easily comprehend the landforms ahead. Lumigrids can be fixed onto the bicycle’s handlebars and the power is supplied by either an internal battery or by the rotation of the bicycle’s wheels.
Gorgeous handlebars for your bicycle! Wenge / Aluminium / Brass . Handmade in Montreal. Diameter 25.4 mm . Comes with spacer . Width 14.5″ or 17″. Please note : Every piece of wood is beautifully unique, so the actual product that you will receive might not be identical to the shown image.
While visiting many friends’ small apartments, I noticed that there was a void when it came to elegant bike management. I wanted to create a piece that kept bikes off the floor but didn’t look like it belonged in the garage. With that, The Bike Shelf was born.
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