Jun 8, 2006

Seems like Cycloc was the toast of ICFF, and with good reason: its simplicity.

How many times have you stumbled over a bike (yours or a visitor's) parked in a too-narrow city apartment hallway? It's enough that you carried the darn thing up three flights of stairs to begin with. The last thing you need is some complicated pulley system to get it up off the floor and out of your way.

Cycloc requires only a blank wall space the size of your bike. All you do is lift, place, and (this is optional) secure with a lock. The concave plastic tube shape makes for good storage for bike accessories like gloves and lights.

For now the only place you can get Cycloc in the US is the Moss design store in NYC, and it's not yet on their website, but if you're interested keep checking back. It will be available in white, black, orange and green.

Brit inventor Andrew Lang writes, "The response to the Cycloc at the recent ICFF show in NYC was outstanding so I am sure there will be several retailers carrying it in the US soon."

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