cycling

Bird expands to San Francisco, San Jose and Washington

The smash dockless scooter rental startup, Bird, is expanding beyond its Southern California nest with a new rollout in San Francisco, San Jose, Calif. and Washington, DC, the company said today. And

The Jolt is a $500 electric bike for the masses

Electric bikes range in price but the best ones come in just north of $1,000. Now, however, you can own a foldable electric bike with a 50 mile range for less than $500. The Jolt ebike, created by a g

Transit aggregates bike-share bike locations from multiple services in Seattle and Washington, DC

With multiple bike-share services to choose from, it can be a pain to open up two or three apps just to see which has the bike closest to you. Transit, an app that shows (you guessed it) transit optio

Tome Software and Trek Bicycle are looking to AI to make biking safer

Tome Software has teamed up with Trek Bicycle to reduce the number of bike to vehicle collisions. To achieve this goal, the partners have turned to using artificial intelligence at the autonomous vehi

The Coros LINX is a smart bike helmet that makes sense

While cycling apps are thick on the ground, a full gadget ecosystem is hard to come by. Seattle startup Coros is looking to change that with the Linx, a helmet-app combo (with handlebar controller) th

Google talks up its self-driving cars’ cyclist-detection algorithms

Today might be conspicuous in the annals of autonomous vehicles for a more serious reason, but another month is over and Google has issued its self-driving car report for June. In it are some interest

Velodroom Does What Every Bike Light Should – Responds To Your Ride And Turns On And Off Automatically

Tartu, Estonia-based startup Velodroom leverages tech to solve a problem any bike commuter can sympathize with – how to add lights to your ride that are convenient to use and require absolutely noth

The Raspberry Pi Dynamic Headlight Can Tell You How Fast You’re Cycling

A Brooklynite named <a target="_blank" href="http://mattrichardson.com/">Matt Richardson</a> has built a working prototype of a bicycle headlight that uses a Raspberry Pi to project his current travel

Jason Mask + Bicycle Helmet = Better Breathing

Industrial design and technology student Luke Pannell has designed a helmet that could help cyclists breath easier and look like some crazy geeked out Jason or a huge renob. Designed to filter out irr

Fitness By CrunchGear 2007

Summer is around the corner and, although it may not look like it outside, you might soon want to walk on the beach with your shirt off and not have Greenpeace try to roll you back into the surf. That

HyperBike

With my Saints vanquished in a devastating loss to da Bears, it’s time that I turn my attention to the other sport in my life: cycling. Or at least some crazy bastardization thereof. The HyperBi