The future of bikes?
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The Cyclotron bike looks like sci-fi fantasy, but it could actually go to market by this time next year.
The carbon-fiber whip comes with either a 12- or 18-speed internal drivetrain and spokeless wheels. Its tires are made from a solid polymer (no air!) and could last up to 6,000 miles, according to the company. Bluetooth sensors and the accompanying app provide everything from real-time ride maps to wattage, and the built-in lights come on automatically when it gets dark.
There's also an e-bike version, of course.
From $1,000, kickstarter.com