I'm slowly customizing my new bike with the help of some friends from Ohio. I love it except for one thing: The massive lock that I've to use in NYC. This awesome bendable bike, however, doesn't need any lock.

This has to be one of the best bike inventions in the history of bike inventions. It was created by the guy in the photos, 21-yo designer—and Adam Frucci impersonator—Kevin Scott.


I know it's hard to believe, but this thing actually works and could go into production. The bike can literally bend around a lamp post. Again: The whole bike bends to lock onto itself. First, it's rigid. Then, you push a lever and it's flexible enough to tie it to a post. Rigid. Lever. Bendable. Lever. Rigid. Lever. Bendable. I'm sorry, but I just can't stop marveling at this invention. [DMU via Daily Mail]