If you’re keen on your elliptical bicycle workout but frustrated with the boredom of always having to work out indoors and just not getting anywhere interesting, this new bike may interest you.

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Peugeot DL 122 Urban Bicycle has a luggage slot

On March 27, 2012, in Eco Friendly, by Mike Jefferson

If you like cycling than you probably know how hard it can be to cycle while you’re carrying your bag or your laptop on your back, but luckily for you, today we have a special bike that has a slot for your luggage.

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Primer-V2: The first robot that drives a bicycle

On November 15, 2011, in Robotics, by Mike Jefferson

We don’t need to remind you that robots can do all sorts of amazing things, and after the robots that can sing and walk, we have the first robot that can drive a bicycle on its own.

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Our lifestyle has drastically changed over the years. Life is much faster than before and today time is everything. Since time is an important factor, there’s always a need for different ways of transportation. Public transportation in a big city such as New York doesn’t always work well, but luckily we’re going to see some new and alternative solutions.

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Though the company tags it as a bicycle yet it is no less than a motorcycle. The authorities might actually force you to register this new vehicle of yours as a motorcycle and not as a bicycle due to the overly induced features of this two wheeler. The BlackTrail BT-01 from PG Bikes is one dream bicycle which you might end up preserving in your room instead of using it due to the cost involved behind it. It will drain you of $80,000 and more if you don’t care for the herculean two wheeler.

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Strida: A stroller for adults?

On July 20, 2009, in Gadgets, Geeky, by Ben

Theres all kinds of foldable bikes on the market and the Strida has been around since 1987. With its innovative design, it is still considered as one of the best of its kind, weighing only 10 kg, with a greaseless belt drive and boasting a fold/unfold-in-10 secs design.

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Despite having its closest relative, the even smaller A-bike, your energy-speed conversion cannot be accomplished more effectively than on the Strida. The only down side is it does have its difficult moments when one attempts to go up a slope and it just attracts too much attention whilst on the road !

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As a cyclist myself I couldn’t be more happier to see this concept become reality. The video after the jump features LightLane, a bicycle light concept which aimed to increase safety of cyclists by using “super-bright red LEDs” along with two highly visible diode-pumped solid state green lasers to project a path which appears as a bike lane.

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