Ducati MIG-RR e-MTB unveiled in Italy, available this coming spring.
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.
Subaru has decided to issue a 99-edition run of mountain bikes under its own corporate banner called the Subaru XB steel hardtail. If there's any automaker for which such a move fits, it is Subaru (has anyone even seen a Porsche or Mercedes mountain bike in the wild?). And it's not the first time a Japanese car concern has jumped into the bicycle biz: Bridgestone had a seriously good range of road and mountain bikes in the '80s and '90s. However, Subaru's effort will be outsourced, built-to-orde
I must admit that I don't get out and ride my bike nearly as much as I would like, or as much as I used to, but I really do enjoy seeing the outdoors on a bike. I was never a bicycle commuter, as I have never lived closer than 20 miles from where I work, but I often get the bike out in the nicer weather and ride to my friends' homes. By far, though, my favorite activity relating to bikes involves dirt. My wife and I ride our mountain bikes on as close to a mountain as we can get here in north