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Indian Motorcycles has announced sweeping upgrades to its touring bike lineup for 2019. Chief and Springfield models will now get 3 ride modes and rear cylinder deactivation, and Roadmasters get beefed-up stereos and "the largest, fastest, most customizable touch screen infotainment system on two wheels.".. Continue Reading Indian announces rear cylinder deactivation on its Thunder Stroke
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the factory-built Futuro House, it's time for a radical rethinking of architectural manufacturing, says Phineas Harper. Read more
Ordinarily, cycling power meters are mounted on the crank, pedal, or sometimes even the rider's shoe. The AroFly, however, takes a different approach – it threads onto the rear tire's Schrader or Presta valve stem. It's also claimed to be the world's smallest power meter... Continue Reading Tiny cycling power meter mounts on a bike's valve stem Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling
At GDC 2018, Foam Sword's Rex Crowle shares exactly how he created the striking visual style at play in the studio's upcoming co-op action-adventure game Knights & Bikes. ...
Twisted Road offers a vision of a motorcycling utopia where bike owners all across the United States put their bikes up for rent, and riders have their pick of wheels wherever they travel to. But something about the idea makes us deeply uncomfortable...Continue Reading Twisted Road: Motorcycle sharing website lets you rent bikes to (and from) strangersCategory: MotorcyclesTags: Related Articl
New Atlas spent the bulk of last week touring the LA Auto Show and seeing the latest in all-American (market) cars, trucks, concepts and auto technology. The show's offerings run the gamut from $10K electric three-wheelers to seven-figure hyper-hybrids, making for a delightfully eclectic collection. Here we've picked out the best cars (along with a few bikes and urban transporters) for your v
klaassen cycles builds bikes with personality, they believe in power of simplicity and congruency.The post klaassen cycles states that sometimes old school bikes beat new school appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Electric bicycles have traditionally suffered from chunky, awkward styling, long an inevitable side effect of the size of battery packs and electric drive systems. In more recent times, we've seen a move toward e-bikes that look as light and simple as regular bicycles, e-bikes like the Freygeist and Maxwell EP0. That trend should accelerate now that major electric drive manufacturers have put
Aside from the 2018 production models that debuted at EICMA 2017, the Italian motorcycle show traditionally garnishes its centerpieces with a variety of exhibits ranging from prophetic concepts like KTM's 790 Adventure and Moto Guzzi's V85, to flamboyant customs. And even the odd showpiece that words fail to describe. New Atlas has gathered together the best examples from the show for you to
BMW's middleweight adventure bikes, the F 700GS and F 800GS have changed very little since their original conception. At the 2017 EICMA Motorcycle Show, BMW unveiled its latest iterations of the F 700GS and F 800GS, the new F 750GS & F 850GS. The bikes are all new from the ground up with a re-designed front end, new frame, updated engine and a suite of electronics...Continue Reading F 750GS a


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