Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw Tracker Bike

Throwback styling meets high-tech electronics on the Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw Tracker Bike. At its heart is a proprietary aluminum battery box that holds all the critical electric components, including the 702 watt-hour battery, and acts as a heat sink to improve efficiency. Combined with a 3,000-watt hub motor, the bike can hit 20 mph in street mode and 36 in race mode, with a maximum range of 35 miles. It's finished off with a moto-inspired inverted fork, brushed stainless steel handlebars, and Schwalbe Fat Frank tires. Limited to just 50 units, all painted a deep metallic Carrera Silver.

  • Kitty Hawk Flyer

    Designed for use over fresh water, the Kitty Hawk Flyer is an intelligent personal mobility solution. Powered by a series of propellers, it takes off and lands vertically, making it far more convenient for short jaunts across the lake than a seaplane or boat. You straddle the seat much like a motorcycle, with two sticks providing intuitive controls that take just minutes to learn. Classified as an Ultralight, the Flyer doesn't require registration or a pilot's license and will go on sale by the end of the year.

  • Bridgestone Air Free Bicycle Tire

    Bridgestone's been working on air-free car tires for a few years, and now they're bringing the technology to the world of cycling with the Bridgestone Air Free Bicycle Tire. This concept tire uses a series of inner spokes to eliminate the need for inflation. In addition to providing a comfortable ride, the mixture of resins used for the spokes and outer rubbers represent a more efficient use of resources. The tire is currently in testing and could be on the market by 2019.

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