Mikael Kjellman lives in Sweden, where biking can be pretty unpleasant in winter. So he came up with this vehicle which offers enclosed seating and operates on pedal and electric power. A kit has been funded on Indiegogo, so hopefully we’ll see them on the road.
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.
Consistently awesome street trials rider Danny MacAskill takes on another epic playground for his bike – the rooftops, railings, and staircases of the colorful and picturesque setting of Gran Canaria, in the Canary Islands.
Bike rider Bienvenido Aguado Alba’s GoPro captured exactly what he saw when he crash landed, then later pulled off the first ever competition double front-flip – giving us just a small taste of the rush he must have experienced.
Rungu’s fat tire mountain trike has a dual forks, wheels and brakes up front to help it tackle the worst sand, snow and other loose riding surfaces. It’s been geared low for even better traction, and built from durable, lightweight aluminum.
The Orp bike light/horn sends out either a 76dB chirp or 96dB blast (on par with a car horn) depending on how hard you push it. It’s also rechargeable and has 2 LEDs with 3 light modes. It was successfully funded so keep an eye out.