It takes a minute to get to the action in this clip of rollerblader Grigoriy Usenko tearing up some MTB slopestyle ramps in the woods outside of Krasnodar, Russia. But you’ll want to watch those first 60 seconds too, packed with cool motion time-lapse footage of the nearby city.
Combining the safety and utility of a headlight with the enjoyment of a Bluetooth speaker, Photive’s 2-in-1 gadget is the perfect add-on for any bike. It’s weather-resistant, and detaches from its mount so you can take it with you, and for easy recharging.
Jewelry designed to mimic the look of a bicycle chain. We’re pretty sure the links don’t move, but it’s still a neat ring for bike fans. Available in a wide variety of metals, each cast from a 3D printed mold. Price depends on size and material chosen.
We’re so used to seeing bumpy footage of downhill mountainbiking, that this super-smooth stabilized footage seems completely foreign to us. It’s as if rider Steve Storey is blasting through the forests of Endor on his speeder bike.
This very naked bike isn’t ashamed of its new electric heart. Based on a 2003 Suzuki Savage, it has a 40hp Enertrac electric hub motor and batteries from a Nissan Leaf. It’s currently tuned to go 100mi per charge.
A futuristic bicycle that takes its inspiration from TRON’s lightcycles. It has hubless wheels, airless tires, a carbon fiber frame, integrated LED illumination, a wealth of sensors, and an optional electronic gearbox. And yes, the bike shown in the video is a real, working prototype.
Bosch powers some of the best electric bikes with their integrated crank-based drive unit that offers a more natural and balanced feel than wheel-mounted motors. Assistive drive makes you feel like you have bionic legs with speeds up to 28 mph, and from 30 to 100mi range.
Foothill Products’ simple, yet effective design makes it easy to store spare bicycle wheels on a single hook, by offsetting the heights of their hubs and skewers. Made from durable extruded aluminum, with felt wheel pads.
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