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The ExoDyne electric motorcycle was hand-built in a garage by veterinary orthopedic surgeon Alan Cross within 9 months. Cross has an engineering degree and is a self-taught manufacturer, who can shape metal on his own without the need to use help. The ExoDyne electric motorcycle is based around on a bespoke center box frame that directly connects the head stock with the swing arm pivot point – an arrangement generally seen as ideal by motorcycle engineers. The box frame contains…



Movos urban bicycle produced by Metaphys provides a smooth and comfortable ride on rough city roads. The center pivot coil suspension system installed in the middle of the bicycle frame absorbs shock during the cycle and provides a pleasant ride. For any cyclist, a smooth ride, comfort and size are what’s most important when purchasing an urban bicycle. Japanese Metaphys Movos bicycle weighs 14.8 kg and meets all these requirements. It has an original pivot coil system suspension in the…



This project appeared primarily due to the growing distance of my trips. Starting my tests with a 250W mid-drive model equipped with a 14Ah 36V battery on city streets, I soon realized that the mileage of 50-60km (30-37miles) on a single charge is not always enough. As a result, while carrying out the out-of-town tests, including the off-road tests, I had to transport the bike to the test site in the back of my GMC Sonoma pickup. In my opinion,…



The Cylo One Bicycle can boast the original minimal design and built-in break and head lights to keep the cyclists as visible on the busy streets of their city as possible. These strong lights are powered by the kinetic energy generated. If you are to design the perfect urban bike, what would its feature be? A lightweight frame? A powerful headlight? A simple paint scheme? Cylo is a brand-new startup on the Portland, Oregon, bike market, the co-founders of which…



Vekkit launches a two-speed kit for the e-bike. The first speed mode has more power and speeds up to 15 km/h, and the second speed mode has a higher speed and uses less power. The modes can be switched using the wheel remote control or also an auto-switch option. In fact, when you have to ride up a steep hill, you need to select the first speed mode for maximum power. If you drive on a flat road, then you…



Victor Tabares, a designer from bustling Barcelona, developed this new e-bike for urban dwellers. Centreless wheels increase torque, quickening the brake’s response time, so you can stealthily slink your way through traffic lights and cross-sections of your city. This hubless new e-Bike is almost real and could be everywhere in the near future. Most of the OOH BIKE standout features are integrated into the bicycle itself. Most of the top tube, or rectangle, in this case, is a battery pack….



Cargo bikes outperform cars, but they are expensive. You can build a Danish XYZ cargo bike by yourself. The fully modular system is so simple that you don’t need complex or expensive tools. The two-wheeled vehicle can carry 90 kg of cargo, the tricycle can carry 150 kg, the four-wheeled one – 300 kg. All models can be equipped with electric hub motors and batteries. The assembled versions are sold for about half the price of similar cargo cycles on…



When your entire design and assembly were inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk, stealthy is perhaps the best way to describe B-9 NH Urban Stealth, which has a carbon fiber frame and fork, unique carbon S72 Saddle system from BME Design, and CNC machined alloy cranks. What do we like most about some city bikes? Do they look like that? Or is it the way they provide opportunities that matters? Maybe it’s their ability to be folded or their environmental friendliness….



The SU18 is a bike with a revolutionary folding mechanism and 18-inch wheels. It can be folded or unfolded in just 3-5 sec! This model weighing 12,8 kg can prove handy during rush hours and can be folded easily to fit into your car and expand your mobility. Growing population and urban traffic demand a more efficient form of mobility. Both long and short distances should be covered quickly, comfortably and environmentally friendly. Many automakers are looking for an “ideal”…



The Newton-Rider bike helmet is just 16 mm thick and consists of pads are composed of a proprietary blend of viscoelastic and non-Newtonian materials. In the event of a crash, the pads become hard, absorbing much of the energy that is delivered to the head. “Viscoelastic” materials refer to substances that exhibit both viscous and elastic characteristics, while “non-Newtonian” refers to fluids that temporarily become more viscous (and thus harder) when subjected to stress. As a result, the bike helmet…