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Helmate at werd.com
Helmate

If you don’t want to show everyone your shiny & bulbous helmet, consider the Helmate. This lightweight little bracket mounts to your bike’s seatpost so you can secure your helmet to the bike instead of always having to bring it inside. This clever Dutch design also includes a rain cover to keep your domepiece dry as well as your saddle when it starts to pour. via

BUY IT   $45 Also posted in Sport

Bern Allston at werd.com
Bern Allston

After years of creating some of the best looking & safest helmets for action sports, Massachusetts-based Bern Unlimited has finally released a cycling-specific model. For all you cyclists’ dying to ditch your pointy, space-age, Tour de Nerd style helmet, Bern’s Allston is the one. All the features you want, & no conehead. About time.

BUY IT   $90 Also posted in Sport

Ass Savers Emergency Mudguard at werd.com
Ass Savers Emergency Mudguard

Biking to work is a good thing, unless you hit a few puddles or catch a rain shower on the way. Then you spend the rest of the day with a sketchy brown stripe running up your back. Ass Savers are little click-on fenders that mount to your saddle to prevent mud butt. They’re made of recyclable PP plastic and weigh only 15 grams.

BUY IT   $10 Also posted in Sport

Lunis Reflective Crescent Windshell at werd.com
Lunis Reflective Crescent Windshell

98% of cyclists prefer to wear the approved get-up: a skintight leotard emblazoned with logos in zany colors that scream out to all within eyeshot: “I’m serious!” Riders looking for garments that are functional but a bit subtler will appreciate the efforts of Lunis Reflective, their new hi-vis windbreaker looks low-key in the daytime but at night its reflective pattern pops.

BUY IT   $161 Also posted in Light Jacket, Wear

Siva Cycle Atom at werd.com
Siva Cycle Atom

Whether you’re punishing your prostate with a 100-mile ride or just mashing out your morning commute, this pedal powered generator will charge up your phone & bike lights, plus it’s a removable USB battery pack you can pop off for use wherever you go.

BUY IT   $95 Also posted in Gadgets

CrateWorks Pro XL-C Bike Box at werd.com
CrateWorks Pro XL-C Bike Box

With the weight and oversize baggage fees, travelling by airplane with a bike is expensive enough as it is. The CrateWorks Pro XL-C Plastic Bike Box is lighter, and considerably less expensive than its competitors but is every bit as durable. So why wouldn’t you? via

BUY IT   $229 Also posted in Gear

BikeSpike GPS Tracker at werd.com
BikeSpike GPS Tracker

The BikeSpike won’t replace your lock but it is a GPS tracker that will help you find & recover your bike if it’s stolen. Hidden in your bike’s water bottle cage, the Spike links to a web, iOs, or Android app that lets you pinpoint its location. The device also functions as a fitness tracker and can be used to help you keep track of the kids when they’re out on their bikes.

BUY IT   $175 Also posted in Sport

Bedrock Entrada Handlebar Bag at werd.com
Bedrock Entrada Handlebar Bag

The San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado offer some of the best mountain biking in the lower 48; the ideal R & D lab for Durango-based Bedrock Bags. They make bombproof bags for biking and bikepacking. If you like to do it in the dirt, their growing line of handmade handlebar and frame bags will carry your cargo proper-like.

BUY IT   $120 Also posted in Bags, Gear

Magnetic Koala Bottle at werd.com
Magnetic Koala Bottle

The standard bicycle water bottle & bottle cage set-up seems to work pretty well for most people but Anthony Goldman created the Koala Bottle system anyway. Magnets in the polycarbonate cage attract the metal ring on the bottleneck as you reach down to return your bottle to the cage. This makes drinking while riding less distracting & safer.

BUY IT   $27 Also posted in Sport

Bicycle Taxidermy at werd.com
Bicycle Taxidermy

We can all appreciate a nice rack. Whether the display is a deer, elk, your neighbor’s wife (don’t stare), or even the steering system off your OG mountain bike, a good mount will always draw attention. Bicycle Taxidermy offers a variety of pre-mounted bike “horns” and “antlers” as well as the parts to mount your own. Odd perhaps, but certainly less creepy than a jackalope or ogling another man’s rack.

BUY IT   $65+ Also posted in Space
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