bikes

Turn Your Bike Into A Glowing Beacon With Reflective Street Sign Paint

Retroreflectivity is everywhere. It’s painted onto your street as line markers. It’s printed on the stop sign at the end of it. It’s sewn into technical clothing. It’s even on the moon, thanks to Apollo. And increasingly, it’s riding down the street next to you.


Ford Mode Pro: Ford's Latest Concept Has Two Wheels

Ford announced a brand new concept vehicle at Mobile World Congress this week, but it will never do 0-100km/h, nor will it ever see a drop of fossil fuel. It’s a smart bicycle designed for the megacities of the future. Meet the Ford Mode:Pro.


Trek Lync Review: Built-In Bike Lights Are Great, When They're Charged

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 (white) and back (red). You’ll never be without night-time illumination — as long as you keep them charged, at least.


This Huge BMX Park Is Hidden 30 Metres Underground In An Abandoned Mine 

Right now, indoor BMX parks are all the rage in cities across America. But obviously, these parks are limited by the size of the buildings they inhabit. How to overcome that constraint? Well, you could find an old limestone mine in Kentucky and built a BMX in its cave-like remains.


It's A Treat To Watch This Legendary Bike Builder At Work

Kinfolk bikes are known for their breathtaking classic looks. The trouble with them is that they’re made so very far away, in Japan. Thanks to a couple guys with cameras, you can make the trip to Kinfolk’s incredible workshop right from your computer, and see what it takes to hand-make some of the best bikes money can buy.


Kids Will Always Have A Comfy Ride On This Curvy Plywood Balance Bike

When you’re teaching a kid how to ride a bike, you don’t really want it cluttered with distractions that make it hard for them to master the most important part: balancing on two wheels. That’s why many consider a balance bike to be a great introductory ride, and the ZumZum looks to be about as simple as a bike could possibly get.


This Is The Bike Tech Of The Future

When you think about it, bikes haven’t changed a whole lot over the years. It’s a chain attached to a rear wheel with a human atop on a seat, powering the whole contraption forward with their legs. We’ve tried to augment the analogue biking experience for years to get around our cities, but the future of cycling is digital. Here’s how you’ll ride safer, smarter and faster thanks to the futuristic tech coming to bikes of all shapes and sizes.


A Tricycle That Leans And Rides More Like A Two-Wheeled Bike

Learning how to ride a two-wheeled bike is one of the biggest challenges a kid can face, and starting off on a tricycle doesn’t make it any easier since it’s a different riding experience — but why should it be? That’s what brothers Steve and Rich Thrush asked before designing a new kind of pivoting tricycle that has kids leaning into turns, which helps prepare them for the eventual transition to balancing on two wheels.


China's Answer To Google Is Building This Stealthy Smart Bike

While Google busies itself with building cars that can drive themselves, China’s equivalent — the monstrous Baidu — is building this super-cool smart bike. Not as complex perhaps, but a damn sight more realisable.


10 Of The Most Badass Motorcycles In Film History

Motorcycles look cool. Movie stars look cool. So putting movie stars on motorcycles is almost always a badass cool combination on film. Watch Mojo put together a list ranking 10 of the most badass motorcycles in film history and the list includes some usual suspects: lightcycles, batpods and Harleys.