Boncho Bike Poncho

Dec 31, 2015

Category: Gear

Anyone who has suddenly found themselves in the path of a rain shower while riding their bike can tell you that if you’re not prepared, you’re in for a miserable, cold ride ahead. That’s the reason that Vanmoof has created the Boncho.

It’s a bike poncho that covers the riders’ body from head to toe while riding in the rain, covering their extended arms as well. The poncho slips over your bike’s handlebars, so it also keeps your legs and feet dry, which is something that normal ponchos simply don’t do while you’re biking. It’s available in two colors, mint and gray, with three different sizes. When not in use, the unique poncho folds up and fits inside of a small pouch. It’s available for pre-order now on Kickstarter for $60. [Purchase]

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