Inventions And Innovations Making Their Debut At Spin London – The London Economic

Inventions And Innovations Making Their Debut At Spin London

Next weekend The Old Truman Brewery in East London plays host to the Spin festival of cycling culture.

With cycling participation numbers rocketing there is expected to be a huge turnout to the event which will feature some of the world’s best British and international bike brands, as well as new and established independents.

Road cyclists, weekend warriors, super commuters, single speeders, art lovers or coffee aficionados will find an event that is jam-packed with the best brands, bikes, and the ultimate blend of cycling culture in one location.

With over 200 of the most forward-thinking cycling brands presenting must-have products, kit and ideas for seasoned velophiles, cycling beginners, and all between, we take a look at some of the amazing inventions and innovations making their debut at the show after successful crowdfunding drives.


Sherlock is the invisible GPS-based anti theft device connected to a mobile app that tracks your bike in real time and enables you to precisely locate it and retrieve it in case of theft.



Lumos is the world’s first smart bicycle helmet with integrated lights, brake, and turn signals, designed specifically with urban cyclists in mind.



BeeLine changes the way cyclists navigate their city by informing and updating riders of the direct distance and direction to their chosen destination. The handlebar mounted bluetooth device uses the rider’s phone to enable the smart compass functionality of BeeLine.

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Hopkinson England

British based startup Hopkinson England make fine handmade leather cycling bags to compete with fabric-made cycling bags.


Mirada Pro

Mirada Pro are at the forefront of Metal 3D Printing, bringing technology and production-grade knowledge to the bicycle arena.
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