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Ford E-Bike Concept

Apparently someone decided that building four-wheel vehicles just wasn't enough. The Ford E-Bike Concept ($TBA) is the storied automaker's look at two-wheeled transportation, and true to typical automotive concepts, it features a tech-filled spec sheet that includes a trapezoidal frame made from aluminum and carbon composite, six-spoke V-design wheels, a hidden carbon belt drive system, a Shimano Alfine 11-speed internal gear hub, a Shimano Rapidfire shifter, an electric powertrain with a motor in the front wheel hub and a lithium ion battery, a range of over 50 miles per charge, and a handlebar-mounted display to keep tabs on the whole thing. As for when — or where — you might be able to buy one? Your guess is as good as ours.

  • Almond x Linus Summer Bike

    This gives the term "beach cruiser" a whole new meaning. Developed in collaboration with Almond Surfboards, the Almond x Linus Summer Bike ($1,300) is based on Linus' Roadster Classic model, which combines a single speed coaster break with a more commute-friendly frame, and features a handmade cherry wood crate and leather top tube cover, as well as a board rack from Block Surf and your choice of Almond's sandia fish, pogie fish, kookumber, quadkumber, or sea kitten shortboards.

  • Paul Budnitz Bicycles

    You might not know who Paul Budnitz is, but odds are you've heard of Kidrobot. Well, now the art-toy brand's founder and creator is ready to put his stamp on the word of urban bikes with Paul Budnitz Bicycles ($5,500). Available in two models — the commuter-focused No.1 and the play time-oriented, oversized tire-sporting No.2 — these high-end bicycles feature titanium frames weighing less than 3.3 lbs, Budnitz's signature split-tube Cantilever Frame for a smooth ride and improved responsiveness, Gates Carbon Belts instead of gears and chains, and a variety of handmade parts borrowed from racing bikes. No kidding.