A Silicon Valley startup called Arevo is looking to change the cycling industry by 3D printing carbon fiber bike frames that offer the same level of performance as traditional carbon frames but at a fraction of the cost.
A proper ebike is perfect for a daily commute or trek along the trailhead, with some offering pedal assistance and a long-range battery. But as more brands offer their own take on this new and innovative way to get around, it's hard to…
LynQ is a new smart tracking device that doesn't require a cell phone or network of any kind but allows up to 12 users connect with one another and locate each other even when traveling off the grid in remote places.
Campnab is a new website that monitors a user's favorite campsites and will alert them when vacancies become available and alert them via text message to let them know they should book the spot they are looking for.
Mammoth Bike Park has announced plans to allow ebikes on its trails starting in May 2018 provided the bikes are of the Class 1 variety, which means they are pedal-assist models with a max speed of 20 mph.
Garmin has introduced the inReach Mini, a new device that includes all of the features of the full-size inReach satellite messenger, shrunk down to fit in a diminutive package that weighs just 3.5 ounces.
Lifeproof is looking to protect all of our gadgets with a new line of backpacks designed to keep our technology safe while traveling, hiking, and commuting thanks to water-resistant fabrics and tech-friendly pockets.
A proper hiking watch should track exercise metrics and act as a navigational copilot during any kind of hike -- ideally, it'll even have a built-in GPS system and sensors capable of recording figures like heart rate, altitude, distance…
The Leentu pop-up camper is a camping option built specifically for use with Toyota Tacoma pick-up trucks that offers a roomy living space, a built-in mattress, USB charging ports, a ventilation fan, and more.