Sure, VW just recalled 11 million cars. But as far as bike recalls go, this is still a big one: A group of thirteen bike brands are recalling more than 1.3 million disc brake-equipped bikes.
Wouldn't life would be easier if all bikes came with lights built into the frame? The typical removable ones are as easy to forget as they are to steal, either of which will ruin your evening. Well: Trek's new Lync models come with built-in lights! This matte black beaut is fully equipped with powerful LEDs in front…
Fringe keeps proving over and over that everybody's sexier when they come from a dark, dystopian alternate universe. But it's basically a law of science fiction that the evil twin is always the sexier one.
Learning how to ride a bike was, sadly, one of the most difficult parts of my childhood. I just couldn't seem to "get it." I get this Tron-inspired learning scooter just fine though. Why is it only a concept?
Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody is the latest porn movie to bring together science fiction and porn. It's also a loving tribute and unofficial sequel to a classic TNG episode starring some major Trekkie porn stars, not to mention an uncannily convincing Jean-Luc Picard impersonator.
Fringe's season premiere proved, once and for all, that both Walter and Olivia are sexier in the alt-universe. But it's often true that evil duplicates are sexier than the originals. Because evil is sexy. Here are the 10 sexiest dopplegangers!
Denver is the first city to be hope to B-cycle, a Trek-developed bike sharing system equipped with awesome goodies like GPS route tracking.
Belt drives are slowly starting to trickle out into production bikes, replacing chains and improving performance. Of course, for $3,360 I'd hope a bike would kick ass.
We've seen plenty of Tricorder-styled gizmos, but the PMP-09 is the best I've seen, and a functional gadget in its own-right. The flip-up PMP has a 2.8-inch display, 8GB storage, and provides 12 hours of music/4 hours of video playback.
Remember when we all guessed that Star Trek's little-dead-Corvette-scene, with Beastie Boys' "Sabotage", was a poke at William Shatner's refusal to pronounce the word sabotage correctly? Turns out J.J. Abrams isn't that clever. Surprised? Me neither. Find out what else was merely a "happy coincidence" on the Star Trek…
Anyone here running a fever or a cough? How about just needlessly panicking? It's a Disaster!!!!
If you've seen a single second of Abrams' Star Trek you know the film is stuffed with audience blinding lens flashes. J.J. Abrams admitted he got a bit carried away, but explained why they're there.
Star Trek will disappoint no one.
The final issue of Star Trek: Countdown was released this week, completing the prologue to this summer's Star Trek movie. If you skipped the series, then you missed a lot... including some old friends. Spoilers!
While superbowl audiences are wondering just why that young guy is pretending to be William Shatner, Star Trek's new Captain Kirk Chris Pine is preparing to be named "Male Star of Tomorrow" by expo ShoWest.
Click to viewSome of the coolest characters in science fiction sport bad-ass tattoos that signify membership in a secret society. And if you're a futuristic assassin, there's nothing like having some ink on your face to set you apart from the regular tough guys. It's amazing how much character development movies and…
Bikes with chains may be becoming an endangered species. Belt-driven bikes, which were introduced by boutique bike makers a couple of years ago, are just starting to hit the mainstream. Trek has introduced two new urban bikes for 2009 with belt drives rather than chains, and they look pretty sweet. The benefit to a…