Bicycle

Harley Davidson Serial 1 ebike revealed with a gorgeous retro design

Harley Davidson Serial 1 ebike revealed with a gorgeous retro design

Harley Davidson has announced a new electric bicycle under its ebike company Serial 1, offering consumers a stylish and powered way to get around the city without the cost, noise, and bulk of its motorcycles. The new electric bicycle, the Serial 1 eBicycle, comes amid Harley Davidson's increasing sales problems resulting from a combination of pandemic-related issues and a lack of interest among younger consumers.

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Gogoro’s ultra-light Eeyo e-bike is now on sale

Gogoro’s ultra-light Eeyo e-bike is now on sale

Gogoro's Eeyo 1 e-bike has gone up for sale, promising riders a sleeker option in the powered bike category that supports riders rather than replacing their pedal-power altogether. Announced in May, Eeyo 1 looks at first glance like a regular bicycle - albeit a somewhat futuristic one made from Kevlar-reinforced carbon fiber - given the electronics are all packaged into the rear wheel hub.

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Yamaha Civante Class 3 e-Bike revealed with speeds up to 28mph

Yamaha Civante Class 3 e-Bike revealed with speeds up to 28mph

The Yamaha Civante is the first Class 3 power assist bicycle Yamaha's released in the United States marketplace. The Yamaha Civante works with a 10-speed Shimano drive train for top-notch versatility and a design that's aimed at ergonomics from top to bottom. In this bike is a PWSeries SE motor and Yamaha's own Triple Sensor System for "the most natural-feeling bike ride, even at top speeds."

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Cowboy 3 e-bike arrives with new transmission and smart app features

Cowboy 3 e-bike arrives with new transmission and smart app features

Belgian company Cowboy has announced Cowboy 3, the third-generation version of its electric bicycle. The Cowboy 3 brings a number of improvements over the previous generation and launches alongside an updated companion app that packs new smart features. The company promises a more comfortable ride from its new model, one that includes more durability, faster climbing, and more.

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Garmin’s new rearview radars for cyclists keep an eye on your blindspot

Garmin’s new rearview radars for cyclists keep an eye on your blindspot

Garmin has revealed two new rearview radars for cyclists, giving those on bikes a warning when cars and other traffic might be pulling up behind them. The Varia RVR315 and Varia RTL515 both keep track on what's happening in riders' blind spots, and work with Garmin's new Varia app - as well as other bike hardware - to alert them to approaching cars.

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We test out the Diamondback Haanjo adventure bicycle: Learning to love gravel

We test out the Diamondback Haanjo adventure bicycle: Learning to love gravel

A roostertail of dust sprouts out behind me as I bomb down a gravel road, speeding down a steep hill in the woods as fast as I possibly can go. And it is fast. I’m blazing. My gaze strays to a tree at the apex of an upcoming curve and I briefly imagine the crunch of bone and carbon if I were run into that oak at this velocity.

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Hedkayse ONE Review: Multi-impact bike helmet for people who hate helmets

Hedkayse ONE Review: Multi-impact bike helmet for people who hate helmets

The Hedkayse ONE is a bicycle helmet made with several innovative design elements that, together, create a multi-impact, foldable, adjustable piece of head protection. For many years I've been stuck between cost and comfort in head protection whilst cycling. Most often this meant that I didn't wear a helmet when I should have, despite more-than-ample reason to take the time to attain the helmet that was right for me. I was extremely fickle. This summer I got to test out the helmet called Hedkayse ONE, and it changed the way I thought about helmets entirely.

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SoulCycle takes on Peloton with at-home Equinox bike

SoulCycle takes on Peloton with at-home Equinox bike

There's a new multi-brand super hardcore pop-friendly way to get exercise without leaving your living room. The folks at Equinox are adding in-home exercise equipment to compete with the brand Peloton. But before you go any further, make sure you see the BIG disclaimer in the first paragraph below the cut.*

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Swagtron EB12 electric city bike goes full-size

Swagtron EB12 electric city bike goes full-size

The folks at Swagtron made their share of fold-up or otherwise compact e-bikes in the last several years. Now, with the EB12, they've created a machine that looks for all the world like a standard multi-gear city-aimed adult bicycle. This machine has a diamond road frame and 700c wheels paired with a 250-watt motor (and a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain to boot) for a shocker of an e-bike, to be sure.

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Lyft pauses e-bike rentals in San Francisco following battery fires

Lyft pauses e-bike rentals in San Francisco following battery fires

Lyft has temporarily suspended rentals of its electric bicycles in the San Francisco Bay Area following reports of two suspected battery fires impacting the e-bikes. The first fire reportedly happened last Wednesday and was followed by a second fire over the weekend. The electric bikes are operated under Lyft's Bay Wheels, which recently returned to San Francisco following a legal spat between Lyft and the city's transportation agency.

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More than half of drivers dehumanize cyclists, fueling road rage

More than half of drivers dehumanize cyclists, fueling road rage

Road rage involving cyclists is both deadly and incredibly common. Attitudes between people who drive cars and people who ride bicycles varies, but can often prove negative, particularly among drivers who may become frustrated when forced to drive slowly in order to accommodate someone on a bike. A new study out of Australia sheds light on these attitudes, finding that more than half of drivers are prone to dehumanizing cyclists.

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Uber forms new robotics team for autonomous scooters and bikes

Uber forms new robotics team for autonomous scooters and bikes

Uber isn't limiting its autonomous work to passenger vehicles and trucks, according to a new job listing. The company reportedly revealed plans to bring its self-driving technology to electric scooters and bicycles over the weekend, something that will take place through a new division called Micromobility Robotics. The company has starting hiring new employees for this team, but details remain slim.

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