Bicycles are one of the oldest means of transportation that are still relevant today, primarily due to their high convenience and efficiency. However, over the years, bikes have come a long way from their pedal-less wooden precursors. Now, bikes have branched to solve different purposes and are constructed with highly durable and lightweight materials.
Hot Wheels is best known for automobiles. Occasionally, there are some motorcycles too. But do they have bicycles? Specifically, electric bicycle? Actually, you know what? It had one, but it isn’t a toy packed inside the familiar blister packaging.
Tackling the undulating terrains on an off-road bicycle is an exhilarating sport limited only by your physical fitness (read: leg power). With the new Rad Power Bikes RadRhino 6 Plus, however, the enjoyment becomes a lot less taxing on your legs.
Mention electric bicycle or ebike, the image of a regular-looking bicycle with electric motor surfaced. The XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle, however, makes you rethink that image.
You may have noticed that the marketing photos of the new Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo did feature a couple of bicycles. Well, those bicycles are Porsche electric bicycles and they were introduced to complement Porsche newly revealed off-road electric vehicle.
As the snow falls, your road or mountain bicycle becomes redundant. Well, not if ENVO can help it. The Canada-based electric mobility company has developed an Electric SnowBike Kit that will convert your bicycle into a snow-friendly, pedal-assist electric snow bicycle. It is the first ever pedal-assist electric snow bicycle, btw, and it hella cool.
Industrial designer Kendall Toerner is not a Tesla designer and the Tesla Model B concept electric bicycle dreamed up by him is not an official product, but the concept bicycle does oozed the Tesla vibe.
According to Back to the Future II, we should be in the future and beyond now. While there are no flying cars yet, at least we have hubless two-wheelers. I mean, hubless means the future, right?
You may have heard that American motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson is getting into the business of eBike. Well, getting into it is, but not under its Harley-Davidson brand name.
You may remember the Segway eMoped C80 revealed by Ninebot late last year and more recently, as a Christian Cowan-touched scooter. Today, Segway is bringing it to the stateside and you can secure a unit by pre-ordering it for just US$1,899. That’s quite a steal for an eMoped coming from a reputed brand.