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.
Upgrade your bicycle into a hybrid electric just by installing the Omni Wheel. It has a built-in 350W motor and a rechargeable battery. It fits on most bicycles, has five assist levels and lasts at least 15mi per charge.
Bicyclist IggzDaLoc captured this first-person footage of an extraordinarily long wheelie he popped as he headed down a hill. Of course, with the music from Rocky playing, we were hoping he’d do a big flying jump at the end.
The Impossible is a fully-electric bicycle (a scooter?) that weighs only 11lb. and folds up to a very compact form that can fit in most 17″ backpacks. It has a 187lb. capacity, a top speed of 12mph and lasts up to 15mi. per charge.
A bicycle tail light with an integrated 720p 130º camera and a microphone. The camera continuously records 15min. clips, which are stored in a microSD card (8GB card included). It also has a water-repellent coating.
Bicyclick is a pair of add-ons that attach to bicycle handlebars, letting two or more bikes lean on each other and stay upright. It comes with a rubber strap so you can lock your brake – and thus your bike – in place.
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