Inspired by Colin Chapman's beautiful Lotus 38 of 1960s Indy 500 fame, the Spot Wazee Bike ($2,200) features a deep green paint job with gold stripe accents. Named for one of Denver's most iconic streets, this bike is perfectly suited to navigating busy urban streets, with a lightweight, streamlined steel frame and an 11-speed internally-geared hub. A carbon drive system keeps it quiet and smooth, without the need for regular lubrication. It's also built with fender and rack mounts, so you have ample opportunity to load it down with all the gear you need.
Your smartphone is a natural partner for your bike, especially if you're serious about commuting or training — most phones come with a flashlight, and apps for training, navigating, and video. The Handleband ($25) is a flexible smartphone mount for your bike that accommodates a range of devices, gives you access to your phone, and allows you to position it within view or for use as a headlight (it even has a built-in bottle opener). It's made from aluminum and premium silicone, so it's durable enough to handle just about any terrain, and flexible enough so you can easily remove it.
Can't find a babysitter for the track weekend you've been planning for months? No problem — take junior along for the ride with this Recaro ProRide Convertible Car Seat ($220). With side-impact protection inspired by racing technology, this car seat features enhanced head wings and reinforcement at the sides, hips, and thighs. An easily-adjustable five-point harness (just like the one you're probably wearing) means this seat can adjust with your kid as he grows, while a comfortable, ergonomic seat molds to fit his body. Available in range of colors and fabrics, this seat is easy to clean in case the Gs start to get to the little guy.