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Serious cyclists will often swap back and forth between different tires, depending on the type of riding they plan on doing … and yes, getting those tires on and off of the rims is a hassle. That's why the reTyre system was developed, with its zip-on tire skins... Continue Reading reTyre bike tires feature interchangeable skins Category: Bicycles Tags: Kickstarter
Leave the bike pump at home, you won't be needing it. Berlin-based startup BigRep has signaled a possible end to punctures by 3D printing airless bicycle tires and taking to the streets of the German capital to show them off... Continue Reading German startup rides out on 3D-printed bicycle tires Category: Bicycles Tags: 3D Printing Bicycle BigRep Ti
the revolve wheel is an airless, foldable tire alternative that is puncture-proof and compatible with most bicycles and wheelchairs.The post revolve reinvents the wheel to create folding airless bicycle tires appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As flashy as electric cars like the Byton Concept and Fisker EMotion are, the most eye-grabbing vehicle debut from CES might just be a two-wheeler. The Ujet electric scooter looks vaguely like your average scooter, but perhaps something else entirely. Ujet calls it a sculptural, asymmetrical design, and it's driven by distinctive equipment like the center-less orbital wheels, alloy-composite
Just about anyone who's been riding for a few years gets a strong sense of what they like and what they don't, and I have to admit, I've never really considered Continental hoops as an option. That's not all my fault – Continental has never enjoyed huge marketing support in Australia, where I live. In fact, this is the first time the company has launched a tire in forever down under. So while
art collective cumul's latest installation has been presented at the festival gaia todo um mundo during june 2017.The post cumul’s installation in portugal is made with tires and placed upon an urban landscape appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Most mountain bikers wouldn't want shock absorbers that were simply springy air chambers with no damping. According to the guys at CushCore, however, that's exactly what tires are. Their solution? An energy-absorbing foam insert that sits inside a tubeless tire, acting as a damper while also adding flat protection and improving cornering...Continue Reading Foam insert puts a damper on bouncy
Colorado's Rovr has reimagined the cooler, going well beyond the tough, bear-proof roto-molded construction so common on the market these days. It calls its cooler an "all-terrain attacking, gear-hauling beast of burden that can go anywhere you can," and follows through on that promise with pneumatic tires, a cargo bin and an available bike hitch. Rovr is now expanding its lineup by adding a


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