Tag Archive: Bike
With all the talk of the Titan project, it’s easy to forget that when it hits in 2020, it will hardly be the first Apple vehicle to take to the road. There have been predecessors, after all. For example? The… Read more ›
Seriously, outside of an airplane, I don’t think I’ve ever traveled at 207 miles per hour (or 333 kilometers per hour, if you’re metric). Swiss cyclist FranÃ§ois Gissy, however, just set a speed record on a rocket-propelled bicycle designed by… Read more ›
The Bromptonâ€™s not a new bike. Itâ€™s not even new to me. But it is the best folding bike around, and it will change how you travel long distances, too. Iâ€™ve had mine ever since I recovered enough from a… Read more ›
SAN FRANCISCO — Sometimes even a great idea falls flat at first. Take Pump-Hub, a self-inflating bike tire gizmo. It was rolling along at trade shows and getting lots of good press before the financial crisis of 2008 sidelined the… Read more ›
Hey bike thieves â€“ if you see a Skylock on my bike, then go ahead and cut through my frame and leave the lock behind. Why? Because my shitty beater cost like â‚¬50 and the Skylock is $ 250, thatâ€™s why.… Read more ›
It’s easy to get a thrill from the action portrayed in the movies. While these characters perform bank heists and other risky situations, these are all far from being like our average days. When the office isn’t giving you a… Read more ›
Lost your keys? Sure you have, you absent-minded fellow you. And you iPhone? No frickin; way, right? What you clearly need is a way to replace your keys with your iPhone. That’s already been done for the home, and now…
Read more ›
The post BitLock, Keyless Entry For Your Bike appeared first on Cult of Mac.
You should really stop reading here and check out the video of the FlyKly Smart Wheel, which is utterly hilarious. In i you’ll see an urban-warrior type taking his bike up into his beautifully-designed apartment and swapping out his back…
Read more ›
The post FlyKly, The iPhone-Controlled GPS Smart Wheel For Your Bike appeared first on Cult of Mac.