You know the old saying ‘Don’t try to reinvent the wheel’? Well, Sam Pearce, from Nottinghamshire, England, really managed to do this with his loopwheels. The idea came in 2007 and in 2009 the first basic prototype was created. Still, it took Sam four years to develop and test the loopwheel that we see today. He managed to create a wheel with suspension inside it, so that it would be capable of softening the impact from any direction. The loopwheel is a 20″ … continue reading
If motorcycles are more than a hobby, a way of living your life, than you’ve probably heard of The Indian Scout built by the Indian Motorcycle Company. You should know that the 101 Scout has been called the best motorcycle made by this company. In 2015 they want to be the leaders again and they’re bringing to our attention the new Indian Scout, an innovative, stunning cruiser that will definitely make you fall in love with it. Let’s start by describing its design: the … continue reading
Three thousand hours of work, that’s what it took Fred Bertrand to customize this bike. Founder of Krugger Motorcycle was offered a BMW K1600 by BMW France to customize, as long as he kept its original 161 hp engine and the electronics in place. And that’s exactly what Krugger did – they’ve rebuilt it from the ground up, giving it a new hand-built aluminium and steel bodywork but keeping its engine and electronics untouched. The custom bike turned out to look like a monster, … continue reading
Canyon, one of the top bicycle manufacturers in Europe, and certainly the best company of its kind in Germany, is coming out with a new range of bikes, designed to help you beat the dreadful city traffic and reach your destination safely and in style. The concept of the urban bike is new to Canyon, somewhat detached from their award-winning mountain bikes. We say “somewhat” because the new designs still maintain a sporty touch, despite the fact that the targeted public is not the … continue reading
Like my grand father used to tell me : the best things in life are (maintenance) free, remember that! Well, that’s what Dave Weiner had in mind with his new concept : maintenance free bicycles that make cycling easy. I don’t know what he’s talking about, my biggest problem when cycling is that I have to actually move. I am not worried about my bicycle failing on me, never happened before but I am digressing. Dave’s maintenance free bicycles are supposedly built using … continue reading
It’s hard to admit that even though men love the sound and look of a V8, some of us have become a bit more environment conscious in the last few years and maybe, just maybe, we even looked into how much a Tesla car would cost. Luckily, for the most pretentious among you, we’ve found some good looking solutions in-between the greased up creations of traditional car manufacturers – really expensive bicycles. They run beautifully, sure, but in all honesty, these pieces are nothing more than trophies for rich collectors who need to fill that empty space in the garage next to their Ferraris. That doesn’t mean we can’t admire them, so take a look at these sexy wheels!
What do butchers and bicycles have in common, you may ask? You asked, I will tell you the truth folks : absolutely nothing. Well, maybe except this weird bicycle which is in fact a sort of tricycle with a garbage can in front of it. Got that? A three wheeled bicycle, made in Denmark/Copenhagen by a couple dudes who live in the meat district (hence the butchers) and supposed to improve our sad and pathetic lives. Because, you know, even if your life sucks, … continue reading
Vanhawks have designed a wonderful must-have for all of you biking aficionados. The Valour is the name of a smart bike that has been conceived with the purpose of maximizing your safety and experience, as it holds a clever technology that enables you to connect and sync your bike to your smartphone, having a dedicated application that works on devices that run on Android, iOS and also with Pebble ones. Valour connects with your smartphone via low energy Bluetooth and provides turn by turn continue reading