Again, this month we have rounded up some more practical and functional accessories to turn your commute more pleasant. Some cool stuff that will make the time you spend on the bike even more enjoyable whether you?re riding into the office or not. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you?re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products to help make your journey to work that bit easier.

The Timp bags flaunt a lightweight, minimalist design that strikes an ideal balance of style and function for urban living or off-grid adventures. These bags were designed for convenience with well-placed stowaway pockets, padded shoulder straps, front webbing for accessory attachments, and adjustable sternum straps.
$129 | BUY

Takeya Insulated Stainless Steel Bottles keep your favorite drink ice cold for up to 24 hours or steaming hot for up to 12. Crafted from food grade 18/8 stainless steel, the BPA-free, insulated bottles feature a sweat-free double-wall design and wide mouth to fit ice and allow for easy cleaning. The double powder coat makes bottles easy to grip and protects hands against heat from the sun.
$29 | BUY

An excellent way to store your bike, keep it out of the way, but still handy when you need it. Hang your bike in minutes with this simple elegant design and easy install. Youll be thrilled with the extra space gained by hanging your bike on the wall.
$14 | BUY

This is is the perfect helmet for cycling in the city, making sure you are always perfectly visible to other traffic members. The hi-tech helmet lets you enjoy music, earbud-free, without blocking out the environment, it features built-in speakers in the helmet allowing you to hear the sounds of traffic while on the phone, follow the GPS navigation system and listen to music. Also features automatic inductive lighting, 270 degree visible LEDs, and wireless turn signals.
$189 | BUY

The "Little Lifter" Frame Handle offers a solution to a common bicycle commuting problem: it makes lifting and maneuvering your bike easier. Everyday obstacles like stairs, curbs, garage hooks, trolleys and trains can make carrying your bike challenging. This elegant solution solves the problem.
$44 | BUY

The Tactica M100 adapts to your needs and ensures you have the tools to tackle any challenges. Maybe it?s snowboarding, cycling or about town. It?s your choice and you can be rest assured it?s got your back. This is a multitool designed to perform and built to last.
$39 | BUY

Thule Chariot Cross is a multisport trailer designed to excel when you bike, jog, stroll, and ski. The versatile all-round trailer enables quick and easy conversion between activities, whether for cycling, walking, jogging or cross-country skiing, the Chariot Cross trailer can do it all.
$749 | BUY

If small is beautiful, this is the most beautiful pump youll see. Its only 160mm long, bless it, and at 65g is the lightest weve seen. It looks smart, is light and gets the job done for those roadside repairs. Perfect for carrying on rides. Slips easily into a jersey pocket.
$20 | BUY

Katu is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. Agile and with a minimal design, it is easier to store and transport than a normal bike, it features 20? wheels (inspired in my BMX race times) that are compact and nimble, perfect for riding in the busy city. Available in electric version.
$499+ | BUY

Multi-configurable and created to tackle the toughest tasks, the T-Ratchet Kit is designed and beautifully crafted from the finest S-2 Tool Steel, and is packed into a high-quality Waxed Canvas wallet that makes it easy to carry, pack and transport. Purpose-built to last a lifetime, it can tackle most modern bicycle fasteners, so you can keep riding.
$99 | BUY

Have you ever wanted to use more than hand signs when you are cycling? Well now you can. BONX lets you talk to friends when you are cycling. It?s so easy your friends feel like they?re right next to you. BONX will make your cycling life a lot more enjoyable!
$139 | BUY

Check out some of our other Bike Commuter Gear roundups

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Brazilian Artist Creates Drawings That Perfectly Visualize People’s Emotions

Some people believe that in order to make an incredible drawing or painting that will catch everyone’s eye, you need to have special materials and all kinds of different painting tools. Well, the good news is that in practice, this is actually not true. And one artist is here to prove that! More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda View this post on Instagram Em andamento com caneta Bic /


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/06/brazilian-artist-creates-drawings-that-perfectly-visualize-peoples-emotions/

“Melodies In My Mind”: Powerful & Surreal Self-Portraits Inspired By Songs And Melodies

We’re enchanted by the series of self-portraits by Munich-based photographer Amelie Satzger, which combine fantasy and melancholy in every single image. Titled Melodies in my Mind, the series is an ongoing project that dates back to 2015 and each visual is inspired by a particular song. The elements in her self-portraits are interpretations of a song’s lyrics, and an attempt to capture the...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/06/melodies-in-my-mind-powerful-surreal-self-portraits-inspired-by-songs-and-melodies/

Amazing Vintage Color Photos Of Trailer Parks In The United States From Between The 1950s And 1960s

The first examples of mobile homes can be traced back to the roaming bands of gypsies who traveled with their horse-drawn mobile homes as far back as the 1500s. h/t: vintag.es In America, the first mobile homes were built in the 1870s. These were movable beach-front properties built in the Outer Banks region of North Carolina. The homes were moved by teams of horses. Mobile homes as we know them...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/06/amazing-vintage-color-photos-of-trailer-parks-in-the-united-states-from-between-the-1950s-and-1960s/

【動画】 あぶない! 阪神高速で警察のバスに思いっきり幅寄せされるドラレコ動画が話題に



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【動画】 ドイツの畑に謎の「巨大な穴」が出現し現地騒然 その真相は・・



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 今日は出産直後のお母さんを優しくいたわり、子猫たちの様子に目を細めるお父さん猫が話題になっていたので、みんなにもご紹介しておこう。 続きを読む

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犬連れの参拝客に人気の三峯神社、相次ぐマナー違反に「ペット連れ禁止」 苦渋の決断



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 きっかけになったのは、6月20日付のワシントンポスト紙に掲載された記事だ。これは、2018年2月に豪サンシャイン・コースト大学のデビッド・シャハール氏らが『Scientific Reports』で発表した研究を紹介したもので、他にも大手メディアにで取り上げられるなど、ここ最近大いに注目されている。


 それによると、おそらく一番の問題は、この研究ではツノが生えたなどとは一言も言っておらず、被験者による携帯機器の使用について何らのデータも提供していないことだろうという。 続きを読む

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【動画】 昨日の明石家電視台、宮迫の差し替えに失敗しとんでもない放送事故で視聴者騒然ww



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1964 General Motors Bison Concept: The Future Looked So Awesome!

The General Motors Bison Concept debuted at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, but to little fanfare. That same show was dominated by the debut of the Ford Mustang. This turbine-powered concept was quickly forgotten and that’s a shame because the General Motors Bison Concept was an outstanding looking truck. h/t: tfltruck Featuring a tilt-forward canopy, four-wheel steering and a GT-309 turbine power...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/06/1964-general-motors-bison-concept-the-future-looked-so-awesome/