Earlier this month, folding bike company Dahon announced the launch of BioLogic as a new, standalone brand. BioLogic will be showcasing their expanded line of urban cycling accessories at Interbike next week.
Last year, Dahon revealed the BioLogic iPhone bike mount and ReeCharge power system that stores energy generated from the hub dynamo. BioLogic will now follow up these successful accessories with an expansion into hydration, lighting and even respiratory gear.
The Vacuum Flask ($39.99) is a vacuum-insulated stainless steel bottle that fits in any standard bottle cage. A push button on the lid opens the SipSpout, making it easy to take a quick slurp of your hot coffee on the commute into work. The vacuum bottle will keep your beverage of choice hot or icy cold for hours.
Sometimes a tiny bike bell isn't enough to keep you safe. The BioLogic Blast air horn ($39.99) will get you noticed on the road with up to 115 decibels of noise. The compressed air canister velcros on to your frame and can be reloaded with any standard bike pump. Each charge is good for 30-50 blasts.
For those of you that live in heavily polluted cities or commute with the rest of the car traffic, you might want to try out the BioLogic Pollution Mask ($39.99). The mask will probably get you a few stares but your lungs will be happy as it scrubs out exhaust fumes with the replaceable activated carbon filters in the dual inhale/exhale ports.
Finally, the CycleTune speakers ($49.99) are a great way to listen to music without the safety risk associated with wearing headphones. The speaker case tucks in under your stem and uses a standard headphone jack to connect to your iPhone, iPod or other MP3 player. The speaker case can also house your music player of choice and will run for 40 hours on two AA rechargeable batteries.
You can buy all the BioLogic cycling accessories from the company website or from Dahon/BioLogic retailers.