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Tubeless tires have become pretty much standard on higher-end mountain bikes, but they can be difficult to mount, and sometimes still end up leaking air. With that in mind, British bike tire manufacturer Tannus is introducing a product that is claimed to give tried-and-trusted tubed tires some of the same qualities as their tubeless counterparts... Continue Reading Could a piece of foam br
both projects help improve autonomy and promote rehabilitation. The post writing aid and bike by openDot help disabled kids enjoy their childhood appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
We've already seen plenty of bicycle tail lights that double as brake lights and turn indicators, but the G-Light offers a handy extra feature – its turn indicator automatically switches off as soon as you've completed a turn, just like on a car... Continue Reading Brainy bike light knows when you're turning Category: Bicycles Tags: bike lights Kickstarter Ro
reaching speeds of up to 50 mph the pocket rocket is technically not an ebike nor a moped, sitting somewhere between an electric two-wheeler and a minibike. The post SOL motors launches missile-shaped bike capable of 50mph speeds appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Steve McQueen's most famous motorcycle, the 1970 Husqvarna 400 Cross he rode during Bruce Brown's 1970 feel-good motorcycle movie, On Any Sunday, sold at auction on the weekend, becoming the most expensive Husqvarna ever sold (previous record $144,500), the most expensive motocross bike ever sold (the same bike - $144,500) and the most expensive dirt bike ever sold (previous record $181,50
Although we've seen bicycle helmets with shells made of everything from wood to paper, they've pretty much all featured foam cores. The 3D-printed kupol is a little different, as it utilizes a unique system that is said to offer improved comfort and safety... Continue Reading Kupol 3D-printed bike helmet forgoes foam Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Helmets
When mountain bikers are riding at night, they usually go with two headlights – one on the bars to illuminate the trail that's straight ahead, and one on their helmet to light up whatever they're looking at, such as the part of the trail that's around the next curve. The Hydra 3 Bike Light, however, is claimed to make the helmet light unnecessary. .. Continue Reading Adaptive mountain bike
A few months ago we first heard about the reTyre system for bicycles, in which interchangeable tread "skins" can be zipped on and off of a smooth underlying base tire. Well, its Norwegian designers recently sent us a setup to review, and we think there's definitely some potential to the concept... Continue Reading Review: reTyre adds some zip to the world of bike tires Category: Bicycles
Everybody knows a bike helmet could save your life, but that doesn't stop people ditching them because they look dorky or are too bulky to stash in a bag. The Park & Diamond is a new helmet designed to solve both of those problems, resembling a baseball cap when it's on your head and collapsing down to the size of a water bottle when it's not... Continue Reading Collapsible bike helmet moo
It was a couple of years ago that Australian entrepreneurs Stefan Wrobel and Sean Stoney headed to Kickstarter with a rather clever device known as the Upside Rack, which allows cyclists to carry a wide variety of bicycles upside down on their car's existing roof rack. It's now in production, and we recently had a chance to put it to the test... Continue Reading Review: Upside Rack will ma is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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