In the city it makes sense to use a bike, but the trouble is space is limited the bike is likely to get in the way. This is where the Clug comes in; it is a small gripper device that grabs onto the bikes tyre to support it. But the Clug is not some massive bracket that must be installed onto the wall, it’s a small plastic clip that has been printed using a 3D printer and that makes it one of the only useful things that we have seen come out from a 3D printer for a while.
There are three sizes of Clug to choose from so that should mean no matter what size your bikes tyres are, there should be Clug to fit. The Clug is easy to install too, as the box that the device comes in doubles as a template.
With eight colours to choose from on the outside and on the inside there are plenty of colour possibilities available and the same goes for the sizes of tyre that it fits. There are three to choose from; the Clug at 23 mm to 28 mm, the Clug MTB 1.75 inches to 2.5 inches and finally there Clug Hybrid at 32 mm to 47 mm.
The Clug could be launching by the end of the summer, but if you cannot wait to get your order in then it can be pre ordered from just $15 CAD for a box of two.
Source: Get Clug