Keep cruising come winter with Budnitz’ fat but nimble bike. It has a carbon fiber fork and a titanium frame that weighs just 5lb. It also has a carbon belt drive, 14-speed transmission, hydraulic brakes, 82mm rims and 4.8″ tires.
Serbian company Ono wants to make a name for itself by handcrafting stylish bicycles. It’s first model, the Archont, certainly fits the bill. The low rider-inspired bike is 9ft. long and has 28″/26″ wheels. It also has an electric variant.
A leather backpack designed with cycling-friendly features, such as handlebar straps so you won’t have to sweat with the bag on your back while biking, a touchscreen-friendly rear pocket, a rain cover and slots for a helmet and a flashlight.
The Beast electric bicycle’s off road variant has twice the power and top speed – up to 31mph – of the base model, thanks to a second 500W motor. The solar panel built into the battery pack provides supplemental charging when parked in the sun.
The Liberty Trike has a 750W electric motor that lets you go up to 7.5mph, or you can also use just the pedals, or both. Its removable battery lasts up to 24mph per charge. The frame can be folded and even split in two for storage or transport. And no, it’s not just for old folks.
Redshift Sports’ ShockStop is a shock-absorbing bicycle stem that gives you a more comfortable and less tiring ride. It has interchangeable elastomers to adjust the stiffness and is available in low-rise and high-rise variants.
The Corkscrew at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is one of the most famous bits of road on any circuit in the world. It’s both a challenge and a blast in a race car, but five-year-old Juliette shows us it can be just as fun while riding on a bicycle.
Unlike most folding bikes, Helix doesn’t fold in the middle of its frame. Instead, it uses a unique hinge mechanism where the front and rear wheels fold inwards. The result is a more compact and durable bike, but that opens up to a normal size.
Trials rider Kenny Belaey demonstrates his incredible balance as he makes his way to the top of a rock, and then proceeds to ride his bike across a slackline over a 367 foot drop, all the while facing the challenges of the ~8900 foot altitude. Thank god for safety gear.
This unusual looking conveyance combines elements of bicycling, skating and scootering in one. Rear-wheel steering enables a tight 2-foot turning radius, and it brakes like a bike. Plus, it’s versatile enough to use for transportation or tricks. Available in three sizes.
Turn your bicycle into an e-bike with the Go-e On Wheel. This easy to install kit weighs just 1.76lb and uses a brushless motor to turn your rear wheel. It can help you go up to 27mph and lasts up to 37mi per charge.
The M-1 can go up to 20mph and last up to 50mi per charge in Economy mode, and up to 35mph and lasts up to 35mi in Sport mode. You can detach its two batteries for recharging. It also has a USB charging port.