To a surprising number of engineers and innovators, the future of transportation has only one wheel. But the future, at least when I'm driving, is pretty wobbly.
Bike lights are massively important if you're cycling anywhere after sunset, but attaching them to your bike is a pain in the ass. These magneti lights could be the perfect solution—provided you ride a steel-framed bike.
Perhaps throwing a cyclists' yellow card on cars obstructing the bicycle lane would've been a less aggressive way to go about his complaint, but then we wouldn't get to see this cyclist, Casey Neistat, make such a fool of himself.
Sure, hubless bicycles aren't exactly new, but it just trips me out seeing a guy riding his hubless bicycle around. It's like watching something that's not supposed to happen, happen.
People believe that cycles were invented in the 19th century in Europe. Historian Xu Quan Long disagrees. He says cycles were invented 2,500 years ago, and he built this fully functional tricycle to prove it.
A 21-year-old student from the UK has designed a cardboard bicycle that he has dubbed "the ultimate green machine." Supporting anyone up to 168 pounds, the frame, which costs around $6 to make, is made from the cardboard used in industrial packaging, whilst the wheels and chain are standard bike issue, and will cost…
Viewed from the wrong angle, this Oryx bike could look like something from the perv-o-licious Sex Museum in Amsterdam. Designed by a guy called Harald Cramer, it's a custom-made time-trial cycle with all sorts of weird and wonderful innovations...