Whether you’re a bicycle enthusiast, a city-dweller who’s two wheels are your main mode of transportation, a baller, shot-caller, or just a showy d-bag, nothing sucks more than the moment you realize your $3000 Trek has been stollen, even after you spent all that money on securing it. So if thieves these days are getting through locks like they’re made of margarine these days, what’s a bicycle owner to do? I tell you what: Throw some GPS on that joint! The SpyBike GPS Tracker is a very smart little kit that hides in the handlebar section of your ride, and contains a GPS chipset, GSM SIM card and long life rechargeable battery. The unit stays dormant until you flip it on with your keyring fob, and will send a text message to your phone if it detects movement. If that doesn’t solve the problem, the device also has the ability to track movement of the bike on a map so you can trace it. The unit is quad-band GSM so it works almost everywhere you’d be if you are reading this, has a GPS accuracy of 5–25 meters, and can use the GSM to triangulate location if the bike is moved indoors. If the bike stops moving for a bit, the tracker will shut itself off to conserve power, then will isntantly turn on again when it detects motion. If you want to trigger it yourself, shoot it a text. Perfect for situations where you’ve forgotten to turn it on and are way too lazy to go back outside. This unit is available now for $135 and can be purchased here. Also great for stalkers with bike-riding ex-lovers!