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.
Bicycle tires that don’t use air and won’t get flat. Tannus tires are made of a proprietary resin foam that makes them nearly as lightweight, durable and grippy as pneumatic tires. Available in different sizes and colors.
The 2×2 is an electric motorcycle geared for work and offroad use. Its aluminum frame is weldable for easy repairs and has a low center of gravity for stability. It also has 17″ wheels and a 40Ah battery with a USB port and power outlet.
The world’s most expensive electric bicycle has a 4kW motor, an aluminum frame and 26″ carbon fiber wheels. It can go up to 45mph on its own – up to a crazy 60mph if you pedal! – and its battery lasts up to 62mi per charge. More here.
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.
This black beauty of a bike has an angular carbon fiber frame, fork and handlebar inspired by the iconic F-117 Nighthawk aircraft, a greaseless carbon belt drive, a carbon saddle, and atomic22 security to prevent component theft.
A hybrid bicycle that amplifies your pedal power to highway speeds, and provides a safe cockpit for riders. It’s even smart enough to adjust the assistance level based on the terrain. Support the project on Kickstarter to help fund development.
The opposite of the moped’s Survival edition. The Motoped Cruzer has a slim stainless steel tank, billet aluminum and brass accents, wood fenders and an aged leather seat. Surfboard rack and other optional accessories coming soon.
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.
If you loved the Lumen bicycle’s retro-reflective coating but wish you could have it on your bicycle, hit up Hub Powderworks. They can coat your bike’s frame in the same grey coating that sends light back towards its source.
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.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a rocket-powered bicycle, but it is the first time we’ve seen one go faster than a supercar, hitting 207mph in just 5 secs. We’re just amazed that daredevil rider Francois Gissy managed to hold on to it.
The Evo bicycle lost to the Denny in the 2014 Bike Design Project, but it’s a great concept as well. It has mounts at the front and rear for a variety of cargo accessories. It also has a built-in lock, headlight and brake light.
Like the Motoped, SEV’s eTricks Evolution is a motorized mountain bike, except it uses a 2.5kW electric motor. It can go up to 37mph and last for up to 50mi per charge. Available in urban and various off-road variants.
While its $11,000+ price tag may make your eyeballs pop out of your head, there’s no question that Keim’s handmade contemporary wooden bicycle looks spectacular. Its frame is made from a composite of 24 layers of white ash wood.
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.
A gorgeous electric bike from Jonathan Ward’s ICON. Made from aluminum, the retro-influenced e-bike can hit 20mph in street mode and 36mph in race mode. Hydraulic front and rear brakes help bring it to a stop, and range is 30 miles.
The Yerka Project aims to create a bicycle where the frame and seatpost work together to form a giant lock, making it virtually impossible to walk off with it, and eliminating the need to carry a U-Lock, chain or cable.
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.