Pure Cycles Volta Electric Bike

Pure Cycles Volta

For commuting around town or for getting someone out on a bike that might otherwise chose to drive, I think e-bikes are rad. In the past, e-bikes have been heavy, clunky, and didn’t get much mileage, making them tough to adopt. Following design cues from Faraday and others, Pure Cycles came up with a new e-bike that not only looks pretty cool, but gets 40 miles to the charge. Not to mention a bunch of other smart, connected features — and it’s pretty affordable, too.

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One Bike Rack to Carry All of Your Bikes

Yakima Dr. Tray

Whether you own a fat bike, mountain bike, carbon road bike, gravel bike, cross bike, or all of the above, Yakima now has a rack for you. “Since the new cycling standard is that there is no standard, we know we must fit it all: thru-axles of all sizes and shapes, tires of all sizes and widths, and all kinds of frame geometries,” remarked Joel Grabenstein, Category Director. With its 2017 bike rack collection, Yakima adds a new tray hitch rack, Dr.Tray; two top of car fork mounts, HighSpeed and ForkChop; and an upright bike mount HighRoad.

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BioLite CampStove 2 Ups The Power

BioLite CampStove 2

BioLite recently upgraded the CampStove and it’s pretty great — I have been playing around with the new version the past couple of months. They upped the power output by 50%, then added an integrated battery and a new LED dashboard.  Still running off of burning wood, the CampStove 2’s fan creates a smokeless fire that can cook meals and boil water in minutes while turning its heat into usable electricity.

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