WingLights bicycle indicators

WingLights bicycle indicators use powerful magnets to snap into place on almost any set of handlebars. Universal mounts attached to a bicycle’s handlebars allow WingLights to snap on and off in seconds. Once activated by a button at its tip, each WingLight flashes at the same frequency as indicators on cars and motorbikes. The lights can be removed and clipped together when not in use.

Brompton on steroids: The FAT BAD electric folder

Folding bicycles are practical, but small wheels can feel at the mercy of pot-holed city streets – a challenge the Fat Bad overcomes with balloon tyres. Available in matt black, matt green, fluorescent green or pearl white and with a choice of 250-watt or 500-watt motor, the Fat Bad manages up to 43 miles before a charge.

Motorcyclist comes face to face with HGV danger

A motorcyclist has captured on film the moment he came face to face with HGV danger and lived to tell the tale. If you thought the most dangerous risk from HGVs was being trapped on nearside, think again. Shocking new footage on YouTube reveals that a left turning lorry is as much of a threat to those in oncoming traffic as it is to those travelling in the same direction.

Vivid Lock: Wearable bike security with built-in LED lights

The less stuff you have to carry by bike the better – the Vivid Lock is wearable bicycle security with built-in LED lights. Fabricated from nylon, clear PVC and waterproof LED strips, the Vivid lock has 30 white lights facing forwards and 30 red ones at the rear.

TrackerPad is a GPS sticker for your bicycle

TrackerPad is a GPS sticker for your bicycle. No larger than a ten pence coin, the rechargeable pad promises to pinpoint the location of a stolen bike wherever it is in the world to within 2.5 metres. We have two TrackerPads, a wireless charger pad, and promo codes with which to download the Trackerpad app to give away. Just leave us a comment at the bottom of this page and let us know which two items you’d stick your TrackerPads to.

Best bicycle hacks for cars

Drivers have been borrowing bicycle technology since the earliest days of motoring. Behold today’s best bicycle hacks for cars.

Bicycle sidecars as alternative to cargo bikes

Bicycle sidecars might be an unusual alternative to conventional child seats, but what more fun way of passing the cycling bug to the next generation? There is a bewildering array of child seats, tag-alongs and trailers aimed at helping families cycle together, but arguably none is as stylish looking or adventurous as the Scandinavian Side Bike.