News that the FBI is involved could be a major game-changer
Bike sharing was launched in the United States seven years ago, but is it doing any good?
Engineers futz with things for a reason: that’s how breakthroughs happen. And as these 29 products demonstrate, there’s never been a better time to mess around.
Eight weird (and legal) performance-enhancing substances that Olympic athletes have used to gain an advantage
The only thing that’s going to ever really blunt counterfeiting is when consumers wise up and stop engaging in the magical mental gymnastics we perform to convince ourselves that the $1,000 down...
A little less than a year ago, I wrote about the headwinds GoPro faced in the action camera market and the effect on its stock price. “Is GoPro under pressure?” the headline asked. Not quite a year...
Lumenus founder Jeremy Wall on upgradable smart jackets, Zero UI, and why the Apple Watch isn’t the future of wearables.
Chip-enabled devices promise to warn of impending heat illness.
The IAAF doping scandal threatens to overshadow this weekend’s World Championships.
When Charles Youel started the cycling/art show ARTCRANK in Minneapolis in 2007, he figured some 50 people would show up to look at and purchase limited-edition cycling posters from local artists.
Telescoping front forks and articulating rear frame triangles that absorb bumps and shocks.
A rapid sequence of radical innovations, such as appeared in cycling between 1984 and 1987, the sport’s Age of Enlightenment.
The Alberto Salazar-coached runner isn’t accused of wrongdoing, but as we’ve learned from cycling, he might as well be.
Technology-based Kickstarter projects are a dime a dozen. And they often vanish just as fast as they appear. But when a small, unknown startup in Boulder, Colorado, called Stryd set up a campaign to...
Product recalls are usually pretty boring news. But this week, a bike recall turned out to be so significant that it hit the pages of none other than USA Today: Trek, one of the largest bike sellers...
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