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10 essential Kickstarter projects for cyclists

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Spark

This rugged-looking electric bike is designed to suit the city streets as much as the mountain pathways – it even comes with LED turn lights.

£975 | $1,400 | shockebikes.com

SmartHalo

Make any bike smart with this handlebar add-on – it gives you turn-by-turn directions, tracks your route, shows phone alerts and more.

£85 | $120 | smarthalo.bike

The Bouclier Visor

The idea behind the Bouclier Visor is that it shades your face from harmful UV rays while you’re pedalling around.

£52 | $75 | boucliervisors.com

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Sondors Electric Bike

This Sondors bike is chunky, suitable for multiple terrain types, and it’s affordable too.
£350 | $500 | gosondors.com

Helix

Proudly described as “the world’s best folding bike”, this titanium bicycle can be packed down and carried when you’re not riding it.

£1,045 | $1,500 | ridehelix.ca

Lumos

Upgrade your bike helmet to the Lumos, which brings with it integrated lights and turn signals to keep you safe while on the road.

£83 | $120 | lumoshelmet.co

BeeLine

Make navigating on your bike easier with the BeeLine, which sits neatly on your handlebars and points the way to your destination.

£45 | $65 | beeline.co

Freway

27 gears, an electric motor, shock absorbers and a reasonable price, there’s a lot to like about the Freway, which was funded last year.

£835 | $1,200 | ifreway.com

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MagLock Bike Pedal

These mountain bike pedals make clipping in and out easier, replacing fiddly straps with magnets.

£100 | $140 | maglockbikepedal.com

Halfbike II

This bike – which you ride standing up like a scooter – raked in a cool $973,764 last summer. It’s light and foldable too.

£278 | $400 | halfbikes.com

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