there is a new bike name in the market and no, we didn’t make a mistake; it is in fact the same British marque more notable for track cars, or more accurately put, open wheel cars that sometimes feel more like a motorcycle than a car. so i guess it is a natural progression for the folks at Caterham to turn out some two-wheelers too
riding a World War I-era bike will probably earned you stares from treehuggers and to convert it to something a little greener, like electric propulsion, would take an awful lot of work and dough. the solution? the ICON E-Flyer Electric Bike, a bicycle that pays homage to the board racers of the WWI-era, coupled with modern EV tech
while bicycle may not have an ignition to warrant the need to go keyless, it does, however, requires a lock that often need a key. so since keyless is kind of the in thing these days, it is a matter of bicycle lock goes keyless and the BitLock you see here, is the first to stake the claim as the world’s first keyless bike lock.
navigation on bicycle has never been easy, at least not without risks. seriously, are you really going to squint over a digital map whilst pedaling? perhaps stopping by the roadside would be a better idea, or you could bang your navigation needs on the Hammerhead Navigation. instead of digital display, turn-by-turn
i am sure when Montague said the Montague Paratrooper Folding Bike was developed for airborne soldiers, aka paratroopers, to drop out of airplanes, they are not referring to soldier of recent time, cos’ we hardly think that bikes will be transport of choice in the battlefield, but we might be wrong.
read the post title and you may be forgiven for think that we had the wrong image, or mistype the title – but, the fact is, the Greyp G12 Electric Bicycle is no doubt a bicycle that just happens to look like a dirt bike. from the maker of the other fastest electric car Rimac Automobili, the Greyp G12 is fully capable of doing duty as a pedal-powered bike and as a full-fledge electric motorcycle that could reach 65 km/h (40 mph) and a range of up to 120 km (75 miles).
ever wonder why whenever you reach a hunting ground and finds nothing there to hunt? our guess is your ATV, jeep or whatever powered-ride, is making too much ding and emits so much smog that those animals can’t help but to notice. the solution? the Cogburn CB4 Realtree Camo Hunting Bike, a purpose-built bicycle
whether you are looking for more pedaling speed or a full body workout while cycling, the Varibike bicycle will fit the bill perfectly. and by full body workout we do mean your arms get to participate in the pedaling process instead of just holding on to the handlebars. at a glance, the Varibike looks like any regular bicycle, but obviously, it is not exactly your run-of-the-mill
are there anyone other than us who thinks the current bicycle helmets looks a little too odd? well, if you are on the same page as us and think you have been putting up with that oddities for all your cycling life, then the Bern Allston Bicycle Helmet might have the much needed reprieve you need. for starter, this bicycle helmet ain’t your typical pointy stuff that
as we age, the more we are inclined to relive our childhood. while some things are easily doable, hopping on a big wheel ain’t one – unless you are talking about Urbantrike Low-rider Big Wheel. hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Urbantrike is a relatively new company that has incredible passion for big wheels and about a