fat bikes are cool. they are the latest in the world of off-road biking, cutting through snow and mud with relative ease, but though so, the drivetrain is almost always the stumbling block. you know how it is like with off-road bikes; crud and stuff tends to get to the drivetrain, which could potentially disable the bike, if…
while many electric bike makers are out to woo you with out-of-this-world, futuristic design, the Ariel Rider retro-style electric bicycle takes on the road less travelled by employing an evergreen classic design and fusing it with modern gizmos, including a do-it-all bike computer…
between walking and zipping around the golf course on a golf cart, there is actually a ‘middle path’ which will do your back or shoulders a favor, while not sacrificing some real exercise while relaxing to a game of golf and that folks, is none other than The Golf Bike.
there are many ridiculously expensive bikes money can buy, but none speaks louder than one wrapped in croc skin. yeap. you heard that right. croc skin (a choice which animal rightists won’t be too amused) and croc skin is what the Crocodile Skin-wrapped Fixie Bicycle has to offer.
the Chainless INgSOC Hybrid Bike you see here may well be another proof that alien lifeforms might be walking among us. i certainly hope they, designers Edward Kim and Benny Cemoll, weren’t playing host to those unearthly creatures which we fear and curious about when they came up with the Chainless INgSOC Hybrid Bike.
standard bicycles, apart from BMX, would take curbs, stairs and even snow as a clear sign of stop cycling, but not with the Limited Edition Budnitz FTB Fat Bike. as the name clearly expressed, this bike is fat; not in the frame, but on the tires.
lets be honest: a trike, despite having three wheels, is never design for speed; its greatest strength, i.e. stability, is also its greatest weakness when it comes to high speed cornering because it can’t lean like regular two-wheeled bicycles and a cargo trike is anything but aesthetically pleasing.
the Sandwichbike is not something that would satisfy a growling tummy, but instead, it is really a bicycle (yes! a bicycle!) that could provide you with the gratification of putting a rideable bicycle together. which means this is essentially a DIY bicycle, but less the daunting tasks of
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