Every serious athlete – whether professional or recreational – is always looking for ways to measure their performance. The questions you ask yourself when you’re looking to improve aren’t broad – they’re really specific, ‘What was my time on that hill?’ ‘Can I take that straight-away faster?’ The Speedx Leopard, the world’s first smart bike, looks to provide bicyclist with all the information they need about their riding via an integrated cycling computer.
Built by Frog Designs, a world class design agency, the frame of this bike is extremely light, aerodynamic, and strong. Constructed with military grade carbon fiber that has gone through numerous extreme stress tests, the frame can easily stand up to all the different types of stress that the road will throw your way while totally integrating everything from your bike computer to your brake lights. So you can keep a solid handle on your performance, the brand put the computer display right in the stem and reads out your average speed per hour, cadence, current speed, and heart rate on four different screens. For safety, the brand also integrated a headlight and taillight that automatically turn on when light gets low. Pick one up for $1,200. [Purchase]