A recap of popular stories this week, July 8-14, 2018.
While it looks a bit weird, the CeramicSpeed Driven bike driveshaft certainly turned heads at Eurobike this past week. It doesn’t have a chain or derailleurs, operating with a shaft-drive system instead. It’s just a prototype now, but it could make its way to the production line in the future.
Our insider national park correspondents on their #NationalParksFieldTrip visited Arches earlier this summer. The landscape was beautiful, and the crowds gigantic.
If a proposed plan is approved, only vehicles with an entry reservation will be allowed to enter the park between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. from March through October.
Though Jeep doesn’t offer a Wrangler V8 or a pickup, that hasn’t stopped the aftermarket from offering both. Bruiser Conversions offers four different Jeep Wrangler-based pickups. It even has V8 and diesel power plant options for some impressive Jeep pickup truck builds.
Black Diamond stopped by the office this week and showcased one sleek-looking tent. Beginning in January, the brand will release all-new tents and lineup updates for the first time in a decade. Check out the Distance Z-Pole Two-Person Tent in this sneak peek.
Eurobike gives us a peek at the best products hitting the cycling market. Here are the show’s award recipients — from startups to sustainability to the best-in-show Gold Award winners.
Browse through the more than 40 products that won awards at this year’s Eurobike.