Not the first exercise bike to incorporate a workstation, but this one seems to have a bit more polish to it than some I’ve seen. Additionally, the folding design is a nice nod to the space-conscious.
The FitDesk X1 Lightweight Folding Exercise Bike w/Sliding Desk Platform is perfect for improving your cardiovascular health while working on that next big deadline, surfing the web or keeping up with friends. The strategically placed rollers give you relief from daily typing strain and the resistance bands help build upper body strength.
This is the second approach to this I’ve seen in the last couple months, the other employs a shoulder strap across the top bar which might be easier for heavier bikes. This alternative approach might make the bike less unwieldy though. In either case, I can see the DIYers chomping at the bit to make their own variations.
The Frame Handle (a.k.a. “The Little Lifter”!) is a comfortable, stylish, sturdy, and easy-to-use leather handle for carrying your bicycle, whether it’s up the stairs, across the tracks, or into the metro.
Even with cyclists increasing in the US daily, riders still face enormous challenges in recognition and safety from drivers, particularly at night. Designer Mitchell Silva looks to address one aspect of this with his brilliant after-market handlebar illumination system. They even include turn signals!
The Glo-Bars is a very clever handlebar system that integrates rechargeable LED lights to the bars of the cycle. These lights not only illuminate the track for the cyclist but also make them visible to oncoming traffic. The lights double up as turn signal indicators and also emit red light for traffic behind the cyclist. By …