Similar to the self-balancing scooter, the Hovertrax features a platform that connects two electric motor-powered wheels, which use gyroscopes and accelerometers to keep users upright. After stepping onto the vehicle, users lean forward to start moving. The platform is split into two, enabling users to turn by putting greater pressure on one side than the other. The batteries that power the device allow riders to travel at up to six miles per hour for around four miles. Without handles users can step off the machine at any point and at nine pounds in weight, the vehicle can easily be carried by hand or in a backpack when not in use. The video below shows the Hovertrax in action:
Throw some water on your heartburn and sleep like a baby wherever you are with the help of the TravelWedge inflatable bed wedge. Unlike a traditional sleep wedge, the TravelWedge is made from lightweight, portable PVC that packs small for effortless travel. Once you get where you’re going, just use the included pump or a […]
The Spark is an ultra light bag with several key uses with one of the best warmth for weight minimalist sleeping bags available. Its balance of size, weight and warmth make it excellent as a summer sleeping bag, especially for weight and space conscious cycle tourers and ultra light walkers. Its size and warmth rating works […]
Morpher is an incredibly innovative new helmet which folds flat for easy portability. Morpher folds & unfolds quickly and simply so it’s perfect for cyclists who want to carry a helmet more easily. Patented worldwide, Morpher has been designed to surpass all relevant safety standards.
Smart, responsive and elegant, the Copenhagen Wheel is a new emblem for urban mobility. It transforms ordinary bicycles quickly into hybrid e-bikes that also function as mobile sensing units. The Copenhagen Wheel allows you to capture the energy dissipated while cycling and braking and save it for when you need a bit of a boost. It also maps […]