Wave Is A Powerful & Inexpensive eBike

Let’s face it, electric bikes are expensive. For all of their planet-saving goodness, they’ll run you somewhere between $1000 to $6000 depending on the manufacturer. Even with these high price points, demand Read More

Morpher Wants A Helmet On Every Cyclist Around The World

Mopher is the future of bike helmets. How so? This is the first fold-flat helmet, perfect for cyclists who want to be able to carry a helmet more easily. With over 92% Read More

Meet ELECTRICMOOD, The World’s Lightest Electric Scooter

Who needs an electric bike when you could have a much cooler ELECTRICMOOD? ELECTRICMOOD is the world’s lightest fully equipped urban electric scooter. It’s light, silent, fun, and easy to use while Read More

Check Out Dual+, A Totally Rad New Electric Skateboard

2015 may be the year of the internet of things but it’s also shaping up to be the year of electric skateboards. One of the new skateboards we’ve seen at CES 2015 Read More

This Is The Affordable Electric Bike You’ve Been Waiting For

Finally! There’s an electronic bike for the rest of us. Meet Storm eBike, an affordable and versatile electric bike powered by a 380 watt motor and featuring all-terrain tires. The eBike weighs Read More

Polaris Slingshot Offers A $1,000,000 Car Experience For Just $20,000

The Polaris Slingshot isn’t an automobile. It’s a very lightweight three-wheeled motorcycle roadster that has as much raw horsepower as a Mustang. The folks at Polaris actually claim that with the Slingshot, Read More

IO Hawk Combines A Skateboard And A Segway Into A Totally Rad New Product.

Ever lament how revolutionary a segway would be if it only looked less goofy to drive it? The folks over at IO Hawk probably had just that though in mind when they Read More

The Best Got Even Better: Zboard 2 Is Finally Here

Remember Zboard? The 2012 smash kickstarter hit promised to be the first weight-sending electric skateboard. Basically, riders lean forward on Zboard to accelerate and lean back to engage the brakes. Well, it’s Read More