A bicycle made from oak, a light-reflective spray and a minimal compass that pairs with a smartphone app are among Dezeen social media editor Ross Bryant's favourite cycling-related designs this year. More
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 »
London startup Onomo has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the release of its Haize compass, which uses flashing and colour-changing lights to direct cyclists to their destination (+ slideshow). More
Graduate shows 2015: these headphones by Royal College of Art graduate Gemma Roper clip to a cycling helmet and play music through the wearer's cheekbones so they are still able to listen out for vehicles (+ movie). More
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
Dutch Design Week 2014: retro-reflective thread is woven into a range of fabrics by Marlies Schets to create a line of accessories that reflect light at night, turning them into cycling safety garments. More
A New York-based company has unveiled designs for a bicycle seat that also functions as a one-metre-long bike lock made of steel links that fold up under the seat for storage during travel (+ slideshow). More