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Elemnt Bolt GPS Bike Computer.

Zackees Turn Signal Gloves.

Badgley Mischka Home’s Senso bike.

Cycling in Style

High-tech toys bring biking into the 21st century

FREE-WHEELING FASHION
Badgley Mischka Home’s Senso bike takes the designer duo in a new direction. It unites high-performance, carbon-fiber components with embellishments such as a 24-carat gold-leaf finish and a handlebar and saddle sheathed in fine Italian leather. $25,382; badgleymischkahome.com

DATA DRIVEN
The aerodynamic Elemnt Bolt GPS Bike Computer syncs with an array of cycling sensors and apps. At just 2.2 ounces, the handle-mounted device places an array of functions, from navigation to performance tracking, at a rider’s fingertips. $250; wahoofitness.com

LIGHTING THE WAY
Developed by Google engineer Zach Vorhies, Zackees Turn Signal Gloves improve biker safety and visibility. Pressing the thumb against a sensor on the index finger activates bright, blinking LED lights to indicate a turn. Made of breathable mesh spandex with leather palms, the gloves are machine washable and recharge via USB. $74.95; zackees.com

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