A cool opportunity if you want to start a bike company.
- Jason Marker
- Jun 14, 2016
Helmet cams have become increasingly popular among motorcyclists, both for fun as a way to document possible incidents and accidents.
- Antti Kautonen
- May 18, 2016
Before a thief notices the device has been fitted, a 150 db blast is triggered.
- John Beltz Snyder
- Apr 6, 2016
Donkey Republic app offers a new approach to bikesharing. Bikesharing is safer than ownership. PSU develops best practices for protected bike lanes. Oslo's bike-friendly office building is super green.
- Danny King
- Jul 23, 2015
EVWorld publisher starts a Kickstarter campaign for a new electric-assist bicycle startup.
- Erin Marquis
- Jul 7, 2015
Ford is hoping data will make the difference in its quest to create a city friendly to both cars and bikes with what it calls a "mobility experiment" known as Info Cycle.
- Autoblog Staff
- Oct 21, 2014
Bike culture has taken over Detroit, from group rides that attract massive crowds to new manufacturing in old factories.
- Brandon Turkus
- Mar 21, 2014
If you're a fan of four-wheeled motorsports, there's no shortage of Meccas to visit - Indianapolis, Monaco, Daytona, Le Mans and the Nürburgring are all high on our list. For two-wheeled racing enthusiasts, though, the bucket list is likely a bit shorter, and could even be summed up by one event - the Isle of Man TT.
- Brandon Turkus
- Feb 23, 2014
Bikes, whether powered by gas or pedals, remain a complicated issue on our country's roadways. For many motorists, two-wheelers can be a nuisance, whether it be a cyclist holding up traffic on a two-lane road or a motorcyclist weaving between cars, while two-wheeled enthusiasts believe (some would say correctly) that they have as much reason and right to be on the road as automobiles.
- Jon LeSage
- Dec 19, 2012
Classic and modern scooters, and a few motorcycles, will be racing coast-to-coast next May in the 2013 Real Cannonball Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash. The rally starts May 4 and will cover 2,926 miles between the famed Red Ball Garage in Manhattan, NY and the Portofino Hotel in Redondo Beach, CA.
- Adam Morath
- Apr 16, 2012
Given the variety of bicycle styles and price points, investing in the right one can prove a challenge. Cruiser, fixie, e-bike? Or how about dusting off that late-90s mountain bike that coordinated so perfectly with your Oakley sunglasses?
- Kyle Thibaut
- Mar 23, 2012
In a city as densely populated as Paris, driving your own car around is about as good of an idea as speaking English to every French person you encounter. Fortunately, Paris and similar cities are setup with substantial public transit systems. But for those moments when you need a car or bike, Paris has you covered.
- Kyle Thibaut
- Feb 15, 2012
It would be impossible to reinvent the wheel, but reinventing how we get around on one is exactly what small New Zealand-based YikeBike Ltd hopes to do. If you ever see one of these little YikeBikes, you'll quickly notice that it is ridden in a unique fashion. YikeBike hopes to do what the Segway couldn't: take human mobility full-circle.
- Mark Sumner
- Aug 5, 2011
Riding bikes in the motor city
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- May 9, 2011
Motocross base jump in Chile – Click above to watch the video after the break
- Aaron Richardson
- Apr 25, 2011
According to The Kneeslider, Polaris is moving production of Indian Motorcycles from Kings Mountain, North Carolina, to Spirit Lake, Iowa. While it isn't an ideal situation for those who build Indians in North Carolina, it will keep the historic brand American made.
- Damon Lavrinc
- Mar 24, 2011
It's happened to every bicyclist on the planet. You're out for a ride or running an errand and your tire goes flat, your chain falls off or your seat drops down to the stays. Naturally, you don't have any tools in your hipster cape. But if you're fortunate enough to live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a quick fix could be right around the corner.
- Zach Bowman
- Feb 16, 2011
Norton 961 Commando SE – Click above to watch video after the jump
- Damon Lavrinc
- Jan 18, 2011
If you're a fitness nut, the thought of having something other than your legs power you up the mountainside is tantamount to downing a McDonalds McRib while choking down your second pack of Marlboro Reds. But for those of us less concerned with exercise and more interested in enjoying the spaces between A and B, Ego-Kit has an answer. And it's packing 1,200-watts of go juice.
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