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Urb-E Makes City Travel A Breeze

The Urb-E looks like a giant razor on wheels. Of course, the device is really just an electrically powered scooter, which comes in both two- and three-wheel designs. (The little kid in me who never learned how to ride a bike says three.) You can fold it up and take it with you on any commuter bus or train when it runs out of juice (after around 20 miles of travel time per charge). Get yours now through Indiegogo. The pricing is a bit tricky. If you donate $299, that will lock you in for a total of $1,799 at Read More

RYNO Microcycle

Fans of the unicycle who have long lamented the fact that there are no speedier options for the one-wheeled community will be happy to learn of the RYNO Microcycle. This gorgeous looking baby is easy to learn, accelerating, decelerating, and steering, by learning and using your natural movements. It is all-electric and can go around 10 miles on a single charge, with a top speed of 10 miles per hour. The makers call this the “pace of a very fast run,” though we’re not sure what the heck they’re talking about there. (Or is that age showing?) If you want Read More

Zero FX Stealthfighter Brings Electric To The Motorcycle

Cars garner most of the hoopla around electric-powered vehicles, but motorcycles seem even better-suited to electricity. Case in point: the Zero FX Stealthfighter. Using either one or two electric modules, the Zero FX achieves 70 ft-lbs of torque and 44 hp. Its compact Z-Force® relies solely on air-cooling to reduce maintenance, and the motorcycle charges to 95 percent in about an hour. The clutch-less direct-drive power train can accelerate to 85 mph, and the low-weight, high-strength aircraft-grade aluminum body provides enhanced responsiveness. The digital dash makes important parameters, such as state of charge and power output, easy to read. You can Read More

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Kubo Cargo Scooter: More Than Just An Electric Shopping Cart

The electric car has been a long time coming, with stops and starts.  But San Fran startup Lit Motors is rolling out an electric scooter, one that does what scooters usually have a hard time with — it carries cargo.  In fact, most of its actual bulk is made up of a giant, empty square waiting for some groceries.  The driver sits behind the load and most feel like a cart or wheelbarrow pusher, except…no actual pushing.  The cargo hold measures 22 square inches, and has hooks for little mesh barriers, etc. It’s city street-ready, with a top speed of Read More

Motocorsa Presents: The Ducati 1199 TerraCorsa

Have ya ever imagined tricking out a Ducati for off-roading? Of course you haven’t! That’d be insane! Well Portland, OR Ducati dealer MotoCorsa made that pipe dream a reality, and it wasn’t even that tough to pull off. The end result: the Ducati 1199 TerraCorsa. The super-bike Ducati 1199 Panigale S’s metamorphosis from track burner to trail stomper began where the rubber meets the road. MotoCorsa swapped out the tires wheels and disc brakes for burlier sets meant for the dirt. The crew then lowered the front forks and raised the shocks, giving the bike another half-inch of ground clearance. Read More

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Take A Ride On The Wild Side With Ducati’s Latest Monster

Even after 20 years, the Ducati Monster keeps getting bigger and badder. And for 2014, the Italian sultans of mad motorcycle science have rolled out their most fearsome creation yet: the Monster 1200 S. This bike takes the beastliness of the 1100EVO to a new level in both performance style. The Ducati Monster 1200 S features a liquid-cooled, 1198 cc, 11-degree Testastretta L-twin engine with four valves per cylinder and dual spark plugs. This new engine generates 145 hp and replaces the 1100EVO’s air-cooled SOHC twin, which had reached its power limit according to emissions requirements. The 1200 S also provides sport, touring, Read More

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Skully Motorcycle Helmet

The Skully Motorcycle Helmet takes a cue from other cool entries in the wearable tech genre, but goes one step further — it can actually save your life. Borrowing some from the Google Glass playbook, this helmet gives you a heads-up display with GPS and weather reports so you know when to keep going and when to consider pulling over and not taking any chances. The helmet will have apps, just like most technologies these days, and while they’re still in the development stages, they will be opening it up to third parties so the possibilities are endless. Probable add-ons Read More

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Ural Gaucho Rambler Limited Edition 2013

The Ural Gaucho Rambler Limited Edition is a throwback to the days of the gauchos themselves — you know, those brave, wistful wandering cowboys who lived freely off the land and took each day as it came? Even if you’re not familiar with the gauchos themselves, we’re sure you’ll agree they had the right idea. Now with this bike you can put those daydreams into action. You’ll appreciate the Pacific Blue color as well as the two-wheel drive capabilities. The sidecar comes in handy as well, whether you’re using it for extra storage or to pick up a pretty senorita Read More

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