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The Dryve Shelters Cyclists From Rain While On the Road

 - Sep 4, 2014
References: & gizmag
Dryve is a fully detachable and flexible rain cover for bikes that shelters cyclists from the rain as they cycle along.

The Dryve shelter attaches to bicycle handlebars and the back of the bike saddle, taking only 30 seconds to set up. It then arches over the rider, shielding the rider's face and back from the rain. While riders are still exposed on the side, the shelter does keep away rain coming at you from the top, front and behind.

The Dryve has a semi-rigid, circular windshield of sorts that offers good visibility, while the rest of the shelter's material is a pretty opaque plastic. When not in use, the 2-pound rain cover can be collapsed down and stored in a small sack.

The Dryve shelter was showcased at Eurobike 2014 in Germany. Allnew hasn't yet revealed details about price and availability.