Tag: cycling accessories
The London Design Museum's Cycle Revolution exhibition opens today, so we're revisiting some of the best and most unusual cycling designs from the Dezeen archives.
Recent examples include a compass that guides riders with a single arrow, a folding bike that weighs less than a watermelon, a wooden composite bike frame (pictured), and an augmented reality helmet designed to make urban cycling safer. See more design for cycling »
This simple rack made from just six components, by Swedish designer Karl Mikael Ling, is designed to simultaneously store and show off a bicycle in a small apartment. More »
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