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New Danish Trio bike has four lives.
This bike looks very interesting in the way that Danish bikes tend to do. It's called Trio, and was designed by Lars Pedersen at the firm DesignAgenda ApS. Maybe it should have been called Quattro, since it has four uses, but we suspect the "quattro" has been trade marked by V.A.G. In any case, Treo can be almost whatever you want it to be. A regular pushbike, a bike transporter (popular in Denmark), a baggage trolley and – a pram. All transformations is supposed to be possible without special tools. The bike has an aluminium frame, a Shimano Nexus 7-speed hub and very cool integrated lights both back and front. The cart has seats (with seatbelts) for two children or a maximum of 80 kg (176 lb.) of stuff. The price, then? Well, to begin with DKK 14,000:- (USD 2,300:-) seems pretty steep, but considering you get one bike, one bike transporter, a cargo trolley and a pram for your bucks, it is not that bad after all. Thanks to Treehugger.

2 September 2005



Shift learning bicycle
Smartest training bike?
It is called Shift and it is designed as a training bike for kids. It is not only cool looking, it also disposes of those silly looking and embarrassing training wheels and instead uses a new and unique design. The twin rear wheels are angled outwards for stability then the bike is stationary, and are pulled parallel when it is in motion. This bike design won first prize in a design competition arranged by the Taiwanese government earlier this year. Designers are Scott Shim, Ryan Lightbody and Matt Grossman. There is no mention of a price tag for this bike, and we have not heard anything of production, but we can always hope. Via Engadget.

12 July 2005




Ecoblast pump up bull horn

Inflatable emergency siren.
It is possibly meant to be an emergency signaling device for small boats, but the tip on the siren comes from Christine, who uses it to scare angry dogs on her daily bike trips. We cannot conclude where Christine lives, but she must have a serious dog problem in her neighborhood. We found her tip on one of our favorite sites of all time; Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools. The siren, that looks to be using a re-cycled soft drink PET bottle, is pumped to pressure with a bicycle pump, called EcoBlast it's USD 20:- on Amazon

4 July 2005




Aerostich bottle cooler
Evaporation drinks cooler.
This is pure applied science, really. It's all about evaporation and transfer of energy. Do this: 1. Buy a drink. 2. Soak your Evap-a-rappa bag in water. 3. Put bottle in bag. 4. Place bottle + bag somewhere in the air stream. 5. Enjoy a cold drink at your next stop. Every cooling bag has two fastening ears and is available in three sizes; S = 0,5 liter, M = 1 liter, L = 1,5 liter. Fits bikes, motorbikes and (maybe) cars. USD 14:- at Aerostich.

20 June 2005


Aerostich goggles DIY sun film
Make your regular glasses into sunglasses.
With this neat little kit you can transform your regular glasses into sunglasses. Or your bike goggles into dark ones. The privacy film kit is made to be cut to fit your glasses and the film will stick without any adhesive. There is even a credit card sized storage pocket to keep the cut and ready film in, when the sun is gone. If the film gets messy, you rinse it out with water. USD 10:- will buy you a 6,5" x 2" sheet of Sun Spots shade film at Aerostich.

16 June 2005



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