If you’re willing to be creative, the Leatherman Tread’s ‘bracelet’ construction can be used for more than just it’s tool-kit.
For two tangled deer struggling in the in the snow in Coffey County, Kansas, luck was on their side.
The 42-year-old Austrian downhill biking expert, Max Stöckl, achieved 167.6 km/h on a mountain bike that was not custom built.
The lines of light are not added in Photoshop.
The Halfbike combines the core driving mechanism of a classical bike, but removes the saddle and alters the rider’s position. The resulting vehicle becomes half bike, half scooter.
A self-confessed PlayStation addict in his early twenties, Dave decided to do something about it, and launched ‘Expedition1000’.
The Joy-Con are a more refined version of the Wiimote and Nunchuck combo, with features that still can’t be found in today’s virtual reality wands.
Super Mario Odyssey is the next 3D Mario game to join the franchise’s impressive list, and it’s on the Nintendo Switch.
A one-person ambulance drone modelled after a standard quadcopter—driven by a GPS, pilot, or combination of both.
Will the Tread become another forgotten gadget, or does it have the versatility to be used, as Leatherman puts it, ‘Anytime, Anywhere’?
‘Velocity’ is the fastest zip line in the world. Riding head first, riders can reach speeds in excess of 100mph.
The most exciting sim racing news of the year, and it’s only January.