Bike Reviews

EH eBike Street Racer, Ferrari of Electric Bikes


eh ebike street racer ferrari of electric bikes   EH eBike Street Racer, Ferrari of Electric Bikes

On the high end of the eBike spectrum is the Street Racer by EH. Dubbed the “Ferrari of Electric Bikes” by the company behind it, the US$9,250 eBike can handle speeds of up to 28mph.

The Street Racer is quite a looker. Composed of aluminum, the body comes colored to taste. (More images of the bike in different colors after the jump.) It’s design is more on the race-type front than most other eBikes, which tend to sport a contemporary look.

EH designed its eBike with a BionX motor, capable of a training mode that simulates gradients on a ride. The motor is also able to recharge the battery it uses on descends. Without the motor, the Street Racer weighs in at a staggering 35lbs, placing it in the heavy pedal-bicycle category.

The EH Steet Racer is definitely in a league of its own. While its speed, aesthetics and training program…

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Petzl Nao Rechargeable Headlamp with Reflective Lighting

Petzl has a new headlamp that pushes the bar, using out of this world technology.

The Pezl Nao Headlamp adjusts it’s two LEDs automatically, allowing you to have a longer battery life, all due to the reflective lighting.

If your cycling at night, the Nao will project a high powered beam that will shine afar. If your in your backyard with minimal lighting, the Nao will adjust to a low powered yet wide beam.

So what is reflective lighting? There are two types of headlamps in the market now known as declining mode and constant mode. Declining mode could have you with minimal lighting when you need the most, while constant mode only runs for a limited amount of time. Reflective lighting will take the best of both headlamps available; strength and lifespan of light.

For adjusting and comfort on your head, Petzl uses a Zephyr dual headband. With a few simple clicks…

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2012 United Recruit RN1 BMX Bike

2012 united recruit rn1 bmx bike   2012 United Recruit RN1 BMX Bike

New for 2012 is a state-of-the-art BMX bike called RN1 from United Recruit. This BMX bike is especially designed for those who are about to start BMX riding. Included in its entry-level features are its all-in-one seat combo, seat clamp, and branded grips.

Built from a 20.25in 1020 hi-tensile strength steel frame, the RN1 offers a combination of incredible strength and comfort. This brand new high-quality frame also features 11.8in BB-welded 990 brake mounts and 6mm hi-tensile strength steel dropouts.

With its package of topnotch components, the 2012 United Recruit RN1 BMX Bike is not for those who are looking for an ordinary, entry-level bike. Weighing in at 11.33kg, this BMX bike is incredibly strong, thanks to its frame that comes with an embossed logo detail.


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Ortovox Mountainskyver Trail Downhill Folding Mountain Bike

ortovox mountainskyver trail downhill mountain e bike 1   Ortovox Mountainskyver Trail Downhill Folding Mountain Bike

In attempt to bring PURE pleasure into downhill mountain biking, Ortovox delivers the Mountainskyver Trail.

The Ortovox Mountainskyver Trail is actually a mountain bike and scooter hybrid. Featuring full suspension and disc brakes, but lacing a seatpost, gears, pedals, or chain. This mountain bike/scooter is purely for downhill riding (or coasting, depending how you look at it).

Since the bike folds down and can be placed into one of the special backpacks available, you can hike uphill and enjoy nature, but coast back down.

For now, the bike is available in white/blue.

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Affinity x Kenzo Minami (Kissena) = Digitizer Fixed

affinity kenzo minami digitizer fixed   Affinity x Kenzo Minami (Kissena) = Digitizer Fixed

Affinity Cycles takes their Kissena frame in a whole new direction collaborating with designer Kenzo Minami.

Kenzo Minami is a designer who grew up in Japan in the 1980s. During that time frame art was best described as “more is better”. When Affinity and Kenzo Minami came together for the Digitizer, the inspiration came from Minami’s childhood.

The Kenzo Minami x Affinity Digitzer was brought together by CineCycle, with their goal being to develop a high quality yet stylish bike. You can purchase the Digitzer now at

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2012 Brompton P6R Folding Touring Bike

2012 brompton p6r folding touring bike   2012 Brompton P6R Folding Touring Bike

Brompton Bicycle has launched one of the best folding bikes for 2012 called P6R. Featuring an incredible 302% gear range, this folding touring bike is better than most other hub gears. Moreover, this bike takes pride in its less transmission loss.

With a multi-position P bar, the P6R is a six-speed folding bike with design and components.These evenly spaced six speed gears are a blend of an ingeniously designed derailleur system and the very efficient Brompton Wide Ratio Sturmey Archer hub.

Perfect for climbing hilly areas with cargos is the 2012 Brompton P6R Folding Touring Bike, thanks to its front luggage system and its rear rack. Its P bar also offers different riding positions so the rider can stay comfortable during long-distance rides.


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Velocity Power Core eBike, 2012 IBDC Winner from Taipei

velocity power core ebike 2012 ibdc winners from taipei   Velocity Power Core eBike, 2012 IBDC Winner from Taipei

Taiwanese designer Larry Chen’s Velocity “Power Core” eBike took 1st out of 800 entries at the 16th annual International Bicycle Design Competition (IBDC) this year.

So what made this eBike stand out from the rest of its competition? Simply put, it’s “Power Core”, which is a compact source of power designed into the frame. If you feel like manually pedaling an entire trip, the “Power Core” can be removed in order to save weight.

If its functionality didn’t nab, its design is sure to captivate. Chen’s work takes on a contemporary look that’s easy on the eyes.

With its weight-saving feature and modern design, the Velocity “Power Core” eBike is one of the more versatile ones in existence.

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