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Defiant Big Easy Electric Bike

Whether you're planning on cruising the beach on two wheels this summer, or you want to get a head start preparing for your winter commute, the Defiant Big Easy Electric Bike ($4,500) was made for you. With 4.7-inch fat tires, this bike is ready to handle any terrain — snow, mud, sand, even steep backcountry trails. But, peddling through snow and sand can be tough, especially on wide rubber, so this bike comes with an assistive 500-watt motor to help you tackle anything at speeds of up to 20 mph. Recharge the battery and travel for more than 20 miles on a single charge.

  • Ass Savers Emergency Mudguards

    There's nothing like the convenience and ease of biking to work — you save on gas, avoid traffic, and it helps you stay in shape. But, there's nothing worse than the wet ass that comes from biking on a rainy day (and the jokes you get when you show up at the office). Ass Savers Emergency Mudguards ($11) solve that problem, and stop the ruthless jokes. These simple polyurethane tabs fasten beneath your seat, catching all the muddy, wet spray from your rear tire. They come in a range of bright colors, or black and white, and tuck underneath your seat when you don't need them.

  • Vanmoof 10 Electrified Bike

    Leave it to the Dutch to design a bike that's perfect for urban commuting (they ride them every day). The Vanmoof 10 Electrified Bike ($2,640) is perfectly-suited to getting around town. A small motor in the front wheel, powered by a lightweight rechargeable battery, amplifies your pedaling power by 80%. Built-in GPS tracking lets you find your bike if it's lost or stolen, and design cues from the automotive industry — lightweight aluminum frame, mechanical disk brakes, automatic two-speed shifting — make it a pleasure to use. Available in November.