Test Ride: Momentum’s PakYak E+ Bike

A burly bicycle that's so well-equipped and sturdy some would say it could replace a car

If the electric car is the next big thing, the electric bike has already become ubiquitous. They’re on every bike trail, path and city street, and sales continue rising, with a 145% increase from the already robust 2019 numbers. While so many are eschewing public transport for e-bikes, it also begs the question: can an e-bike also replace a car? And, is that the goal? …

VanMoof’s First Hyperbike Aims to Redefine City Mobility

Fitted with greater speed and power, the VanMoof V builds toward a bike-first future

Innovative Dutch e-bike brand VanMoof are no strangers to pushing the boundaries of electric bikes, which means their recently announced and first ever hyperbike, the VanMoof V, should come as no surprise. The $3,598 vehicle—currently available for purchase through invite-only reservations or ultimately through a waitlist—is the fastest e-bike VanMoof has released and is geared for longer commutes. With greater speed and power, the VanMoof …

Test Ride: Canyon’s New “Grizl” Gravel Bike

This user-friendly bicycle proves its capabilities in the Canadian Rockies

Bikepacking is undeniably having a moment, with every element—from bikes to bags, tents and apparel—not only improving, but also transitioning from fringe to the mainstream. Part of this mini revolution is Canyon’s new Grizl gravel bike, the second dedicated gravel bike offered by the German company. Their first was the Grail (released in 2018) which has a longer, lower, more race-geared geometry, whereas the Grizl …