bicycles

  • I Want A Complete Set Of These Excellent Puma Cargo Bikes


    These stylish Puma Mopion bikes, designed by Biomega, are focused on on carrying capacity and lightness. The frames are aluminum and as you can see, differ from traditional and hardtail designs. Personally I like to keep my stuff in a rolltop like the Soyuz or Vandal, but to be honest, when I need to pick up a few things from the store, I’d rather pop ‘em in a basket than put them… Read More

  • PAS Brace-L: Yamaha's cool, men-only electric bike

    We’ve covered plenty of electric bicycles from Japan in the past, but there’s a significant problem with most of them: usually they’re really ugly, for example this one or this model from Toshiba. But just today, Yamaha has announced [JP] the PAS Brace-L, a nice-looking electric bike that’s specifically towards the young and male part of the population. Read More

  • Good idea: spot for briefcase on a bike. Bad idea: bike costs $1300

    That’s a nice looking bike. A bit of suspension on the front… nice commuter frame… I’d pay $500. What’s that, it costs more than twice that? I assume there are gold nuggets inside the frame. No? Indeed. Then I’ll bid you good day, sir. Read More

  • Concept bike from Peugeot looks amazing, but is it practical?

    The bicycle, my friends, has gone through many refinements, but not as many serious changes. Look at an average bike now, and you’ll find it’s much the same as a bike from 50 years ago. More reliable, more efficient, and much lighter to be sure, but it’s built with the same archetype in mind. Not so much with this crazy thing from Peugeot. Read More

  • YikeBike: A small, folding, electric bicycle

    Yikes! Bikes! Fruit Stripe Gum! This is the YikeBike. It looks like a unicycle with a second, stabilizing wheel. If only there were a word to describe a unicycle with two wheels. Bi-something. Bi-cycle! Read More

  • Bicycle-mounted mobile phone chargers actually improve Kenyan lives

    Two dollars is a princely sum in Kenya. But that’s what people there have to pay to charge their mobile phone at a charging station—sometimes just an old car battery on the side of the road. So, in yet another example of technology actually improving people’s lives (rather than just giving hipsters an opportunity to bump into other hipsters), two students have developed a… Read More

  • CrunchGear BFF: SwissBike TX

    From CrunchGear BFF Snow:
    Picked this up off of Swissbike.com (caution: autoplaying video) and thought people might think it’s cool. “The SwissBike TX is a full-size bike (26″ wheel) that folds to fit in the back of a Mini Cooper. The whole philosophy behind this bike is that it offers the full-size stability and ride quality that is needed for a good commuter, while still having… Read More

  • Light Lane: The instant bicycle lane that would protect you from reckless drivers (if it were real)

    WHO LIKES BICYCLES?! (Whoops, sorry, caps lock.) This little design-thing caught my eye, and I figured I’d share it with y’all, because, let’s face it, it’s Friday and most of you, myself included, would rather be constructing an army of snowmen or tap dancing on a Brazilian beach than [whatever it is you’re currently doing]. Read More

  • DIY LED lamp for your bike


    This looks pretty cool, even if it could be mistaken for being steampunk. I like being able to have my light blink, personally, but it would also be nice to be able to mess with the LEDs or put in colored ones. What, it’s the season! Make DIY merry, people!
    [via MAKE] Read More

  • ‘Aquaduct’ adult-sized tricycle produces clean drinking water, keeps you from tipping over

    Look at this environmentally-advanced mama jama. It’s called the Aquaduct, and though many are referring to it as a bicycle, it’s got three wheels. That, my friends, is a tricycle. Forget semantics, though, because the Aquaduct not only gets your from Point A to Point B (and occasionally Point C), but it also filters cruddy crap-water into delicious drinkable water using an… Read More

  • Unbelievably sweet $12,000 all-carbon-fiber road bike from Delta 7


    I was just saying yesterday how my bike could probably use an upgrade — This seems like a logical step up. At $12,000 (and that’s before you customize it), the Ascend and its country cousin the Arantix aren’t really bargains, but at 1.8 pounds(frame only, that is), it’d be like riding a cloud around. The unorthodox “Isotruss” lattice style of woven carbon… Read More