There’s a simple formula for every great beach cruiser: It should be easy to ride and be able to take a beating. That’s why it’s no surprise that Priority Bicycles, the company that made the $400 maintenance-free bike, has built a cruiser for use in places we need durability the most—at beaches and boardwalks.
I run, bike, swim, surf, snowboard, paddle, hunt and ride motorcycles. Not only is the Garmin Fenix 3 the first smartwatch capable of keeping up throughout all those activities, but it’s also the first to genuinely help me become better at them.
Your bike pedals are boring. These one is not. This one has built-in motion sensors, a cellular radio and a GPS tracker to let you know the instant your bike becomes a target, and help you find it if it gets stolen. And if you've got built-in motion sensors and GPS, why not let those pedals act as a fitness…
I don't know if the new Akrapovič Full Moon concept bike is the unholy baby of a Vespa, a Harley Davidson, and a Tron bike. And I don't know if I like it or I hate it yet. All I know is that it got my attention. Looks like a space bike form behind:
Walking on water? Pssh. I rode a bike on water. And it was glorious.
I don't know if there's going to be a Batcycle in the new Superman vs Batman movie, but this bike could work perfectly without any modification. It's the new Ronin 47 from Ronin Motor Works, based on the Buell 1125. It's a strikingly beautiful and unique machine. Only 47 will be made.
You've seen the articles, watched events like Crankworx and Red Bull Rampage, and even scoured Craigslist until 4 AM looking for a bike, but now you're ready to have a go at downhill mountain biking. We'll walk you through how to do it like a champ so you can walk away and live to ride another day. Of all lift…
"The second time I rode into London in an effort to gain some fitness, rather than take the train, ended like this," says YouTube user cyclejack. "This" being an idiot in a car deciding to ignore him, ramming and sending him and his bicycle into the air. Miraculously, he wasn't injured, just bruised.
26-year-old Brad O'Neil wanted to beat a new "Hey look I can do something really stupid that will potentially kill my neck" record, so he used a 100-foot-long, 60-foot-high ramp to jump into the air using his bike, only to jump off the bike at the highest point using a parachute.
When I started to watch this video of Kelly McGarry going downhill through the hilly city of Taxco, Mexico, I thought: "This is going to be bad." So I measured my heartbeat and then resumed the playback. When it was finished, four minutes later, my heart accelerated from 89 to 95 beats-per-minute.
Watching Summer ride her bike without training wheels for the first time brings me great memories. When it seems like she has everything under control, she suddenly bumps into a pole. It's like the pole had a magnetic attraction she couldn't resist. The same happened to me with a tree and I was fine afterwards too.
So we may say that, for a few brief decades before motorcycles and cars took over, the bicycle was the most advanced personal land vehicle around. And those decades were not just glorious but soulful and funny at the same time.
Here's 31-year-old Canadian cyclist Matt Hunter riding his S-Works Enduro 29 bike completely parallel to the ground. It may seem impossible but that's what happens when you go around a sharp curve at very high speed. You know, physics! (and skills!)
This incredible looking bicycle, known as Viks, is a fixed-gear commuter bike with a twist: it actually uses two identically shaped frames to form its body.
As bike rental programs get more and more popular in big, tourist-friendly cities around the world, wouldn't it be great if occasional cyclists could get a temporary helmet on the cheap? That's the goal of the designers behind the Paper Pulp Project, who have designed a bike helmet made from recycled newspaper that…
There's a natural charm to cycling that allows you to feel at one with the environment that surrounds you—but if that's not enough, maybe you need this bike that's made from the environment that surrounds you.
Weighing just 99 grams and folding away into a compact package that's easy to pocket, Victorinox's new Swiss Army Bike Tool is the perfect weapon against misaligned handlebars and other on-the-road cycling emergencies.
From certain angles you can barely see this beautiful bicycle—because it's made from the same strong, lighthtweight and transparent plastic used in fighter jet canopies. It's the perfect stealth bike.
There are some significant barriers to entry in a triathlon. Physical fitness is one thing. What about all that gear?