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This pretty clever product turn just about any bicycle into an e-bike in about 60-seconds. Simply swap out the front tire with the GeoOrbital Wheel ($995) and you are ready to go. The GeoOrbital Wheel uses a remote throttle for control and comes in a 700c (28in/29in) or 26in size. It is powered by a 500W motor and allows riders to hit about 20 mph. Good news, it is made in USA, Massachusetts to be exact. Bad news, it cost as much as a

E-bikes continue to grow in popularity. Not surprising. They are quiet, fun to ride, and economical for short commutes. Well this retro chopper e-bike looks like it belongs in California but is actually made in Germany. So what makes this Ruffian e-Bike tick? Well, it starts off with a Bosch 500-Wh battery pack (hidden inside the powder coated tank), an eight-speed hub gearbox from Shimano, hydraulic brakes, 26-inch wheels, and a Bosch 250W pedal-assisted...

This amazing Brazilian designer, Jomar Machado, has made a crazy mash-up of retro/futuristic vehicles. You will notice Mustangs, Porsches, motorcycles, etc…    ...

Posted on May 24 2017 - 9:09am by Adam E
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The Whippet Folding Bicycle ($3,900) is new to the scene, all the way from Britain. The Whippet Bike uses an oval 25CrMO4 steel frame for extra strength. The folding technique is different than folding bikes of the past in that it doesn’t use traditional folding hinges, instead it uses in-line retraction. In fact, I think the bike looks pretty good when folded up. In the folded position the bike is just 30% of its original size. The Whippet...

This is totally gadget related. Look at all the technology on these high-end mountain bikes, not to mention the HD camera mounted on the guys helmet. Hopefully both of these mountain bike riders were wearing high-tech underwear. Video of this bear chasing the mountain biker after the break. ...

Posted on Apr 19 2017 - 11:21am by Robby S.
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This unique one-off racing bike was conceived by Nuno Teixeira back in 2010 and has finally made it to a finished product. The Pluma Track Bike was built for a Geneva-based customer by Constellation Composites. Because the Pluma (Portuguese for ‘feather’) was built to be a track racer, it only has a single 51 x 15 fixed gear and no brakes. The fairing is a PVC foam core wrapped in layers of carbon fiber. Not only does this unique fairing provide...

Move over hamsters. Humans now get to get exercise in a plastic pod as well. This adventure ride concept is currently living at the Agroventures Park in Rotorua, New Zealand. You can check that out here. Video and more details after the break. ...

Posted on Jan 19 2017 - 9:07am by Gadget King
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IKEA, the inexpensive Swedish furniture company, is now making a bicycle. Let’s get right to the important parts. The IKEA SLADDA will set you back $499, it comes with a belt-drive (no rusty chain), an automatic two-gear system, has an aluminum frame, rear coaster brake , and front disc brake. There are also some accessories you can add on to the bike (shown in the pictures) like a front rack, rear rack, or  a trailer. ...

Not sure what it is that draws me to bikes with fat tires. You know, like the Mongoose Beast, Dolomite, and Hitch style bikes. Yes, I know that they are horribly inefficient and have extra weight and rolling resistance. But they just look so cool. So, why not take it up a notch by using your old car tires and pop them on your bike? Well that is just what Mr-Mash did with his instructable....

If last years hover boards are starting to collect dust and aren’t getting used much, it may be time for a chair conversion. The HoverSeat ($89) is not only practical and fun but it is also safer than the standing model. We have all seen the videos of people falling on hover boards and many of us have actually experienced it first hand. Some of us even received injuries. Shout out to Margie. The HoverSeat...