Vanhawks Valour Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

May 5, 2014

Category: Rides

Since we’ve pretty much given up on the idea of seeing flying cars in our lifetime, we’re now ready to focus our attention on much more attainable goals of future transportation. The Vanhawks Valour bicycle looks like it will fit the bill nicely for urban commuting.

It starts with the carbon fiber body, resulting in a bike that weighs less than 16 pounds—perfect for hiking up three flights of stairs. The Valour is also more than ready to interact with your smart devices, giving you the best route to your destination, turn-by-turn navigation, and tracking your time, speed, distance, and calories. There’s also futuristic safety features, as the bike offers blind spot detection, with vibrating handlebars if you veer into traffic. [Purchase]

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