Whether you're getting ready for a summer spent hitting the beaches and dunes, or just dealing with a commute as the last bits of snow continue to stubbornly fall, the Rungu Juggernaut Bike can handle it all. This isn't just any fat tire bike — it's a trike, with dual forks in the front mounted with one 26-inch wheel and a 4.7-inch tire each. An aluminum frame keeps the weight down in spite of the extra metal needed to support that additional wheel, while low gearing helps you conquer some of the most difficult terrain. Hydraulic rear brakes and dual front disk brakes give you incredible stopping power, letting you bomb down snowy hills without fear. And if (even with all its features) you're still worried about powering this beast, it includes e-bike kit mounts for transforming it into an electric vehicle.
If you're looking for a retro look to complement that beautiful vintage bike of yours, look no further than the Bell Bullitt Motorcycle Helmet. Made in recognition of Bell's 60th anniversary, its styling is inspired by the first ever Bell Star helmet, but it also throws in some modern elements to keep it up to date. It's made to give riders an exceptional fit, and serious comfort with world-class protection — thanks to five mesh intake vents, leather trim, a multi-density EPS liner, and a range of available shields. It's the ideal helmet when what you need is an old-school look with full-face protection from a company that's known for making some of the best gear around.
Fat tire bikes aren't just made to power through sand and snow — though they certainly are great for doing just that — they're also great for bombing down hills, tackling tough off-road terrain, or even riding on rough roads. And the Monster Tyre Bike is no different, made by expert crafters of gorgeous custom motorcycles Deus, they feature unique touches like customized colors and carefully-selected details. They come with an eight-speed Shimano Nexus rear hub, a lightweight aluminum frame, a Selle San Marco saddle, and of course, BOA-G fat ties. It's the perfect combination of small details, plenty of performance, and some seriously big rubber.
In case you haven't noticed, one of the huge advantages to electric vehicles is the extra room created by removing the gas tank and motor from the equation. Few vehicles take advantage of this space like the Feddz Electric Bike. Shaped like a motorcycle, it uses the space left behind to provide 23 liters of cargo space, with two belts on either side for keeping things secure and a USB port for charging your phone or gadgets. Add in the removable battery that lets you charge the bike in your flat and a range of 70-110 km, and you've got one smart urban machine.
For those of you who live or work in a small space, finding enough room to store all your stuff is really a way of life — and if you ride a bike, it makes your storage woes that much worse. But with the Shelfie Bike Mount, you can free up just a bit of room by hanging your your bike out of the way on the wall. Unlike most bike mounts that go through the frame of your bike, potentially getting tangled in cables, with the Shelfie you can hang your bike from its seat. A built-in cubby gives you space for a helmet or other small biking gear.