Trek Project One

For a hefty price, Trek’s Project One site allows you to customize a road bike to suit your style.

Bike Culture vs. Pop Culture

Popular culture more than ever embraces bike culture. At least on the ‘small screen.’

Brev M. Components

Urban riders often wax poetic about the minimalism of their rigs. Brev M. is an outfit made for these folks.

Inner Tube Messenger Bags

Made with “upcycled” bike inner tubes, Green Guru Gear’s Recycler and Vulcar messenger bags have an urban look and commuter functionality.

Sheldon Brown T-shirt

For those who want to tip their proverbial hat (or helmet?) to the master mechanic: the Sheldon Brown t-shirt.

Urban Velo Magazine

Meet the new Bible of urban cycling: Urban Velo magazine.

IMBA Puts Out a Distress Call

Mountain bikers who don’t ride private trails seldom have to pay to pedal. But IMBA believes hundreds of miles of prime trails may soon be…

Swobo Merino Bike Jersey

The Merino 753 Jersey is a wool/poly amalgam that passed our reviewer’s initial “dirtbag decathlon” test.

Paul Component Eng. Brakes

For cyclocross racers and touring cyclists who don’t want disc brakes — but want more braking power — there’s a solution that wasn’t just released…

Topeak D Torq Wrench

For folks who have a penchant for carbon-fiber components or tool precision, check out the Topeak D-torq wrenches.

Ogilvy & Mather Bike Share

Most bike commuters would be happy with a shower at work and a safe space to store their steed. Ogilvy & Mather upped the ante…

Blaze 2w Bike Light

The Blaze 2w provides enough light for nighttime mountain roads that are “as dark as an Edgar Allen Poe poem,” according to our reviewer.

Ibis “Phlegm”-Color ‘Cross Bike

In homage to the Flemish tradition of kicking rear in the sport of cyclocross, Ibis offers its Hakkalügi bike. (Pronounced: “hock-a-loogie.”)

Jeans for Biking

Jeans for pedaling are back! This is thanks to casual looking but well-designed pants like Osloh’s Pedal.

P.R.O. Lobster Wind Mitt

Pearl Izumi’s new mitts convert from full-finger biking gloves to windproof lobsters via fabric stashed under a back-of-the-hand pocket.

Novara Transfer Bike

The 2010 Novara Transfer may be the Honda Civic of bikes. At $649, it comes with an internally-geared 7-speed hub, fenders, a rear rack, and…

Review: Swingline Pannier

The Swingline is a one-piece waterproof pannier that functions sort of like a garment-bag-meets-laptop-bag product.

Alleycat Bike Racing

Step into cycling’s urban underground, where Alleycat racing pits clandestine competitors against the clock on an ad hoc bike course through the city.

Do-All Bike: Kona Sutra

Want a bike that’s good at doing a little bit of everything? The 2010 Kona Sutra could be your ride.

Review: Bike-Commute Briefcase

For bike commuters who want to travel sure that their computer will arrive in one piece, Arkel’s Briefcase pannier is a $215 solution.

Thule Raceway Rack

Critics of trunk racks often site their lack of security. Thule’s Raceway racks eliminate this concern with a cable system.

Recycled Bike Messenger Bags

Constructed of vinyl sheeting from old billboards, Defy Bags have a raw, artsy aesthetic. Bonus: They are sourced, cut, stitched and designed in the United…

Recharger Device on a Bike

Charge your iPhone on the go. Dahon facilitates “user-generated electricity” via bike riding with its to-be-released BioLogic ReeCharge device.

Camelbak Freeride Pack

At $120, Camelbak’s Don is the boss of the family of three new all-mountain freeride bike packs.

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