Nothing too cool, honestly. I think I've posted all of these before, and I think using "bicycle" by Queen has to be the most cliche thing you can do in a bike video. Stop it, ya'll. I'm mostly just posting to do it. I haven't been as posty as I had intended to be.
I've seen alot of pictures of hubless/spokeless bike, but this one actually exists. It uses magets so the wheel don't even touch the frame!!! The propulsion is magnetic, too, which means those buttons are the brakes. Woah!
Two more really cool pictures of other hubless wheels on the link.
This pic is from the same forum as the one below, but both pix deserved thier own post. I've always loved Skeeter's bike - even when I was a little kid. When I first got back into bikes (read: actually into bikes, not just a little kid), my first project I wanted to do was do a reproduction of Skeeter's bike. I looked up how much disc and trispoke wheels cost, and immediately abandoned the project.
Tri-ton, I think, wants to be the next Razor scooter. I first found them on overstock.com, then tried to look into it more. It's front-wheel drive, but appears to have coasting capability. I've been waiting for that hub to exist. Oh, the video is really dumb.
This site has some pretty interesting things. They seem to be primarily special needs cycles, which is great. The first thing I saw was this trike with the front wheel drive. I can't imagine that it is practical as a vehicle with a direct-drive to such a small wheel. However, the trike conversion kits are really cool. Unfortunately, they are $300.
This guy is pretty annoying, but they have a great collection of wacky unicycles. This video demonstrates a bicycle that comes apart into a unicycle. They have some other videos, but they don't even ride the thing in every one, and they are pretty smug.
These things are seriously death traps. If the front wheel get caught up on anything (pebbles, cracks), which is really easy because the tires are hard rubber, then the entire body of the bike rotates forward with your legs behind the handlebars. Also it's tall.
The big deal with this one is that it is recyclable. I think it would be cooler if it was recycled, but whatever. Also, why do bikes need to be recyclable? I mean, it's fine, but you shouldn't just throw that shit away, anyway.