The crew at Hiplok are always hard at work creating bicycle security that’s a bit outside the box. Their new Airlok bicycle storage elevates hanging your bike on the wall to a whole new level. Combining a convenient wall-mount rack and security system saves space and ensures your ride stays home even when you’re not. The Kickstarter for Airlok went live this week and though it’s already gaining traction there’s plenty of rewards left to grab. Click through for more then hop over to get the rundown…
The coming OMATA One May just be the product to bridge the gap between heavy users of cycling computers and those who have longed for something tad less “techy”. It’s design is classic in style yet packs a powerful punch in information delivery. The most desirable ride details are displayed and recorded with the same precision as other popular computers but in a much easier to read analog display. These bad boys are already almost funded but you still have tome to jump on the Kickstarter to get all the details and score some perks!
In the world of bicycle commuting ease and durability remain king. If you spend each day getting to and from by bike you need simple parts that are built to survive the elements. Enter the Lux from Loki Cycles. Nothing groundbreaking but nice to see a pedal/strap combo that looks this good out of the box. From experience I can say a flat pedal with proper foot retention is ideal swapping out shoes and the added support on these should have you pedaling around for some time. Peep the Kickstarter to support!
From the dawn of fixed freestyle to his time with YNOT Tom Mosher’sacquired more skills than most. Taking what he learned in years of making quality bags he’s ready to reveal his new project Mosher Originals. The new line is a handful of products ranging from backpacks to wallets all hand made in Toronto. The kickstarter is hardly started and more than met it’s original goal. More money means more products like the Action Pack below…so hop over to help out!
Typically when production companies take on urban cycling for a film the results are a tad less awesome than they could be. Doesn’t seem to be the case with the upcoming “Alleycats” project chock full of proper cinematography and some rad footage of London’s race scene. After a a handful of years participating in and documenting actual events the crew behind Alleycats is primed to get their feature rollin’ with a little help from the community. If you dig what you see pop over to their Kickstarter and throw them a few bucks…er pounds!
These are pretty dang neato! Timed wheel mounted lighting. From what I can see in the video there’s a decent amount of design going into these and they seem to work pretty spot on to what they’re going for. I’ve become a huge fan of kickstarter over the past few months and this is yet another cool find on there…help support it!