Biker dads will appreciate the comfort and sweet graphics on these Pearl Izumi jerseys. Offered in a variety of designs, they’re semi-fitted with roomy rear pockets and superior fabric wicking abilities, so you can look and feel cool all day.
Donning a special suit, and battling fierce winds, 54 year-old stuntman Eric Barone broke his 2000 downhill mountain bike speed record by riding his bike down a mountain in the French Alps, hitting an blistering top speed of 138.75mph.
This compilation video (a GoPro camera tribute) is filled with excellent viewpoints from a variety of sports, which always manage to inspire us, as we sit inside, with the A/C on, typing this.
Getting your bike onto a roof rack can be a pain, but pro cyclist Peter Sagan has a method which works like a charm, and doesn’t require lifting the bike over his head to do it. Though we’re not sure it’s good for his car’s paintjob.
Many people avoid wearing bike helmets because of their bulk and lack of comfort, but design students Anna and Terese came up with a safety concept that’s like not wearing a helmet at all.
Freeride mountain biker Paul Basagoitia takes a beating numerous times but ultimately sticks the finish in his quest to conquer a natural terrain double backflip in the mountains of Southern Utah.
Copenhagen Parts’ bike lights automatically light up as soon as you stick em on your (steel framed) bike and turn off when you take them off. They come in aluminum or silicone rubber cases.
Bike Fixtation’s vending machine sells not just snacks but tools and materials for repairing bikes as well, such as inner tubes and patch kits. Sold as is or as part of a self-service kiosk.
A picture speaks 1000 words as this guy jumps his mountain bike over a guys spitting fire at him. We’re not certain how this stunt turned out in the end, but needless to say, don’t try it yourself.
Biker Alejandro Paz takes us on a thrilling ride down the side of a Peruvian mountain, combining death-defying speed with a path strewn more than its share of rocks, bumps and obstacles.
Using magnetic eddy currents between itself and a metal wheel rim, this bike gadget produces light without batteries, and without touching the wheel at all. Available in headlight and brake light models.
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