Stromer ebikes come to US

Stromer ST1 e-bike comes to the U.S.
C.C. Weiss, gizmag.com

Swiss manufacturer Stromer, an electric-bike brand of BMC, recently launched its ST1 pedal-assisted electric bike in the United States. The 500-watt ST1 was designed to blend function, versatility and style into a commuter-friendly bicycle. ..…

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Outrider electric recumbent trikes

Hang on tight – Outrider USA’s electric recumbent trikes can go up to 40 mph
Ben Coxworth, gizmag.com

Electric bikes are becoming quite popular, although some riders might be frustrated by the fact that – in many parts of the world – they’re legally limited to a top motor-only speed of 20 mph (32 km/h). Any faster, and they’re no longer classified…

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A bike horn that helps you avoid homicidal drivers

Loud Bicycle: Car horn for your bike
Mark Frauenfelder, boingboing.net

An out­stand­ing Kick­starter project – a bike horn that is as loud as a car horn!

Cycling in traffic can be frightening and dangerous. The Loud Bicycle horn prevents accidents by alerting motorists with a familiar sound. The safety benefits of …

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Washington, District Of Cycling

Washington, District Of Cycling
Emily Badger, fastcompany.com

Few modes of trans­porta­tion are more basic than the hum­ble bike. Heck, peo­ple have been strad­dling them for some 200 years, far longer than we’ve been mov­ing about town in street­cars, sub­ways, or our own cars. And so this seems a bit…

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CyberWalk: A VR treadmill

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CyberWalk.

I was reading about this in wired. A sort of VR treadmill.

Cyberwalk, Omnidirectional treadmill, treadmil...
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