A Family Bike Ride in Vermont - September 2019 - Tour de Farms
Stefanie Schaffer and her family joined us at the Tour de Farms to spend some time on some of our trikes from HASE Bikes USA. Stefanie's story of recovery is an inspiration and we're honored to be able to help her move forward on her journey toward freedom and mobility. We invite you to visit RAD-Innovations.com to learn more about our adaptive inclusive mobility solutions and how we can custom fit a bike or trike to meet anyone's unique mobility needs.
ICE recumbent trike European road trip
Learn more about ICE recumbent trikes at: http://www.icetrikes.co After a successful and energetic Eurobike 2013, 5 members of the ICE team headed to the Alps for some spectacular recumbent cycle riding before returning home. Visit the ICE Trikes channel for more great videos: http://www.youtube.com/icetrikes Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://owl.y/qk1Y6
Winter Baikal | Full MOVIE | Baikal Lake Crossing by Recumbent Bike
In March 2015 Honza Žďánský took a prototype of AZUB FAT trike to frozen Baikal lake in russian Siberia. Here is the story of his unsucesfull 10 day super difficult attempt to cross the lake from south to north. Video with 100% AZUB Recumbents from http://www.azub.eu Get stoked and subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/azubrecumbents Be social and join us. www.facebook.com/azubrecumbents www.twitter.com/azubrecumbents https://www.instagram.com/azubrecumbents/
Recumbent Cycle-Con 2017-Laidback Bike Report
**Watch the newer 2019 Recumbent Cycle-Con Video here: https://youtu.be/DwgB75fasaQ **Clickable Table of Contents** (Scroll down for more) 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:35 Where’s Rudy? 00:01:42 Greenspeed http://greenspeed-trikes.com/ 00:05:13 Sunseeker http://sunseeker.bike/ 00:06:37 Cruzbike http://cruzbike.com/ 00:15:43 Bend It Cycling http://www.benditcycling.com/ 00:18:52 Jersey Bents http://www.jerseybents.com/ 00:20:12 Catrike https://www.catrike.com/ 00:23:47 Bent Up Cycles-Jim Verheul https://bentupcycles.com/ 00:24:54 Avenue Trikes http://avenuetrikes.com/ 00:26:30 Linear Bikes http://www.linearrecumbent.com/ 00:28:56 Connecticut Yankee Peddler http://www.cypbikes.com/ 00:30:35 Copenhagen Wheel https://content.superpedestrian.com/ 00:34:21 ICE Trikes http://www.icetrikes.co/ 00:38:30 Bacchetta https://www.bacchettabikes.com/ 00:43:04 TerraTrike http://www.terratrike.com/ 00:48:51 Hostel Shoppe https://hostelshoppe.com/ 00:50:18 Hase Bikes https://hasebikes.com/ 00:55:11 RANS http://www.ransbikes.com/ 01:00:36 Trident Trikes and Efneo GTRO Gearbox http://tridenttrikes.com/ 01:06:17 Falco eMotors http://www.electricbicycleworld.com/ebike-systems/ 01:12:42 TerraCycle https://www.t-cycle.com/ 01:17:25 Kervelo https://kervelo-bike.com/ 01:20:05 HP Velotechnik http://www.hpvelotechnik.com/ 01:21:49 Alpaca Carriers https://www.alpacacarriers.com/ 01:23:46 Terry a visitor from Florida 01:25:33 RBR/Performer/Metabike http://rbr.info/ 01:29:46 Trailside Bike https://trailside.bike/ 01:32:38 AZUB https://azub.eu/ 01:36:30 Ti-Trikes http://www.ti-trikes.com/ 01:40:46 Cycle-Con Test Track Views and Interviews 01:52:47 Triot Trikes http://www.triot.com/ 01:56:20 Ed Miller’s Bent Trike Canopy https://www.facebook.com/groups/248118325521053/ 02:00:13 Easy Load Ramp System http://www.easyloadrampsystem.com/ 02:03:19 Spinov8 https://spinov8.net/ 02:07:47 Charles Coyne RTR Magazine/RCC http://www.rtrmag.com/ 02:10:40 Laidback Bike Report Crew-Goodbye from Philly 02:11:12 Credits 02:11:51 Bloopers What’s new in the world of recumbent bikes and trikes? To answer that question we bring you our comprehensive coverage of the 2017 Recumbent Cycle-Con from the Philadelphia Expo Center. All of the major manufacturers are interviewed about their offerings with a ton of closeup shots included. You’ll discover lots of demo action on the test track including some of the latest prototypes being ridden. For the truly addicted benthead watch all 2 hours at once. For those few who might have a life beyond recumbent biking I have included a handy table of contents with links to all the exhibitors below. You can click on any of the exhibitors or sections of the video and jump around to your heart’s content. Then return as often as you wish for more. This video would not be possible without our sponsors. Please remember to support these businesses when it’s time for your next recumbent related purchase: **Major Sponsor** Trident Trikes **Patron Sponsors** AZUB, Bent Up Cycles, Connecticut Yankee Peddler, Cruzbike, Falco e-Motors, Greenspeed, Hase Bikes, Hostel Shoppe, HP Velotechnik, Ice Trikes, Jersey Bents, Recumbent Cycle-Con/Recumbent & Tandem Magazine, RecumbentPDX, TerraCycle, and Trailside Bikes Thanks to the awesome Laidback Bike Report crew for all their hard work and creative efforts: Marilyn Solomon, Phil Paulsen, Janet Paulsen, Denny Voorhees, and Julian Hadley. Musical Credits: Comedic Juggernaut - Music to Delight by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100288 Artist: http://incompetech.com/dits: Evening Melodrama by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200049 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
The Copenhagen Wheel official product release
Pre-order at http://www.superpedestrian.com This is the first commercial version of the Copenhagen Wheel. Now available for sale. Own a limited edition, hand-crafted Copenhagen Wheel, invented and built in Cambridge, MA. The Copenhagen wheel Technical specifications: MOTOR US: 350W / EU: 250W WEELE SIZE 26" or 700c rim BATTERY Removable 48Volt Lithium CONNECTIVITY Bluetooth 4.0 BATTERY LIFE 1000 cycles SMARTPHONE OS iOS, Android CHARGE TIME 4 hours COMPATIBILITY Single Speed or 9/10 Speed Free Hub (email us your bike specs if you have doubts: email@example.com ) TOP SPEED US: 20 mph EU: 25 km/h BRAKE TYPE Rim brake and regenerative braking (downhill and back-pedal) RANGE Up to 50 km / 31 mi WEIGHT 5.9 kg / 13 lbs DROPOUT 135 mm Video: Directed by : Alon Seifert Concept & script by Assaf Biderman Production: papush.net Supervised by Nili (Onili) Ohayon Lead Photographer : Frank Sum Animation director: Omer ben David Photographers: Danny Dwyer, John David, Habib Yazdi Additional 3d animation: Yishay Shemesh Video editor: Alison Mao Additional Editing: Habib Yazdi Narration by Andrew Finn Magill Additional animation: Dan G Windsor Additional graphic design: Eitan Cohen Music by The secret project sound mix by Nili Ohayon Stills photos and additional production: Dan Mason Bike Mechanic: Edward Thomas Riders: Chris Green, Frank, Nili Ohayon, Eli Pe'er Special thanks to the Superpedestrian Team: John Ibsen, Basak Ozer, Ruben Cagnie, James Simard, Julian Fong, Eric Barber, Jon Stevens,Nili Ohayon, Jeanne Dasaro and of course: Assaf Biderman. Extra thanks to Chris Green for script assistance. Special Thanks to Harris bicycle Shop in Newton MA. Music: "Climb" by The secret project http://thesecretproject.bandcamp.com/track/climb Many of you ask about the Copenhagen wheel's relation to the TV show Weeds. the answer is yes, Weeds used it in their show during a whole season, they were granted the permission to use it by its inventors at the MIT SENSEable City Lab.
ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg
It looks like a micro-car. It rides like an electric-assist bike. The ELF (“electric, light, fun”) is a solar car-bike hybrid that will keep you out of the rain, or from breaking a sweat, and perhaps convince you to jettison your car for all those trips around town (and to get into shape while you’re at it). Inspired by solar/human-powered aircraft pioneer Paul MacCready, decades ago Rob Cotter began experimenting with human-powered vehicles. He left a job at Porsche to consult though things slowed down in the nineties when ”people were more interested in minivans and SUVs and things.” He decided the moment had arrived when, at the end of the nineties he began consulting for the New York City bike sharing, “and realized that if NYC’s putting in about 300 miles of new bike trails there’s a market for vehicles like this,” explains Cotter, “Bicycles that could get people up the hills easier, get them out of the weather, be safer, not tip over, carry passengers, carry a payload, have turn signals, brake lights, all of those things and just started going in that direction from that point on.” In 2012 he founded Organic Transit- alongside his wife Maureen Costello- in an old furniture store in downtown Durham, North Carolina. To move things along quickly, they launched using an agile design process. “Originally we sold about 50 on kickstarter. We knew we were losing money on each one, but it allowed us to get the vehicles out there and make the changes. So since that time 3 years ago we’ve made about 400 changes to the ELF.” Today, the ELF is a 160 pound (72.5kg) vehicle that can carry up to two adults (or an adult plus 2 children) or an adult plus 500+ lbs (226 kg) of cargo (there’s space in back for a dozen bags of groceries. Starting at $7,000, it’s classified as a 'bicycle' by US law so it can't legally go faster than 20 mph on just electric power (though pedaling and hills will speed things up). With a lithium-ion battery and mid-motor drive, it has a range of 48 miles per charge (and further if you pedal). The rooftop solar panel will recharge the battery with 7 to 8 hours of sun or the battery can be removed and plugged into a wall for a 2.5 hour charge. Since it’s technically a bicycles, the ELF can be driven on bike paths and parked on sidewalks. “So our goal was to be able to take a car-like experience and turn it into a bicycle,” explains Cotter. “This will go anywhere a bicycle will go, all bicycles can ride on many streets, all secondary roads and things like that. It’s like a car except that it’s 160 pounds so it’s a car that you can actually pedal. And the nice thing about it when you’re zooming along somewhere you can go point to point you can go door to door just pull right up to the building and park it in the bike rack up front.” Organic Transit: http://organictransit.com/ Original story: https://faircompanies.com/videos/elf-7k-solar-car-bike-for-driver-2-kids-equals-1800mpg/