Bicycle Reviews For 2019

Our bicycle reviews provide useful tips on how to choose the best electric bikes or bicycle based on rider position, materials used, number of gears, comfort, your lifestyle, and cost. Bicycles, of different brands and styles, are covered on Gadget Review, and if you are a bicycling enthusiast then your favorite bicycle type – racing, tourer, BMX, hybrid, mountain, and utility – is assuredly covered in expert detail on Gadget Review.

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Best Recumbent Bike for Seniors

Best Recumbent Bike for Seniors

The Schwinn 270 is a recumbent bike that has it all. With 29 individual workout programs and 25 different resistance levels, this exercise bike will keep you in shape without all the added stress on your joints or the need to travel to a gym.
Top 10 Best Electric Bikes for Adults [Buyer’s Guide 2019]

Top 10 Best Electric Bikes for Adults [Buyer’s Guide 2019]

After 17 hours of online research and 23 hours of riding the top electric bikes, we are very happy to announce that the Elby 9-Speed Electric Bike is the best electric bike for 2019. It’s on the higher end of the price tag, but it has all of the high-end…
Bikase SuperBand Is the All-Purpose Bike Storage You Need

Bikase SuperBand Is the All-Purpose Bike Storage You Need

SuperBand attaches anywhere on your bike and helps you carry around everything from smartphones to food.
Sigma’s Rear Brake Light Makes Installing It Simple

Sigma’s Rear Brake Light Makes Installing It Simple

Cycling is a great hobby, but it’s one that has its share of safety concerns. Among them, of course, is being visible at night, and a brake light can be incredibly handy. But a proper brake light is hard to install, and almost always requires a shop visit. Or rather,…
Alcoho-Lock Keeps Drunks Off Their Bikes

Alcoho-Lock Keeps Drunks Off Their Bikes

Some cyclists are surprised when they get a DUI from a police officer while cycling drunk. But there’s excellent reason for that: Drunk cyclists have impaired reflexes, longer reaction times, and less awareness of the world around them. In other words, they can pretty easily get run over, especially late…
Garmin’s Varia Tracks Approaching Vehicles for Cyclists

Garmin’s Varia Tracks Approaching Vehicles for Cyclists

Garmin has a long history of supplying GPS and traffic tech, but the Varia is something very unique, even for this company: A radar sensor that specializes in detecting vehicles that are approaching from behind. The Varia Rearview Radar is a cycling radar, which means that it’s designed for your…
TrunkMonkey Inflatable Bike Mount: Carry Your Bike on Any Car

TrunkMonkey Inflatable Bike Mount: Carry Your Bike on Any Car

TrunkMonkey let’s you hook your bike up to any car for easy transport: It’s that simple, but you’ll need to pay for the privilege. As the name implies, TrunkMonkey attaches to the trunk of pretty much any car out on the streets. It includes an inflatable, backpack-like mount that you…
Linka is a Smart Bike Lock with New Ideas

Linka is a Smart Bike Lock with New Ideas

Kickstarter sure likes its bike locks: We’ve seen multiple companies all come out with their own take on a new lock, from U-Lock and Litelock to TiGr. Is there really such a dearth of suitable bike locks in the world? Now a new competitor has joined the ranks, the Linka.…
Connected Cycle Pedals Track and Protect Your Bike with No Extra Fees

Connected Cycle Pedals Track and Protect Your Bike with No Extra Fees

When they first showed up back in January, the Connected Cycle Pedals were a high-quality example of the real Internet of Things: An everyday item (bike pedals) that used sensors and a cellular chip system to perform an Internet-based function. In this case, the pedals want to keep your bike…
The Noke U-Lock Links Your Bike Lock To Your Phone

The Noke U-Lock Links Your Bike Lock To Your Phone

As bicycles become a more common way of getting around cities, there comes another issue; locking them down against would-be thieves. The standard U-lock has, of course, served as a steel hobble on the aspirations of thieves for years now, but far be it from the makers of the twenty-first…
Litelok Gives You Lightweight, Versatile Bike Lock Security

Litelok Gives You Lightweight, Versatile Bike Lock Security

If you bike in the city, you know how tricky it can be to use your bike lock without wasting time. Finding an acceptable spot, dragging out your chain, bars, or tubes, locking up in the middle of a busy street…not the most fun moment for cyclists. This is why…
Jivr Is A Foldable, Connected, Chainless Electric Bike

Jivr Is A Foldable, Connected, Chainless Electric Bike

If you live in a city, you’re probably debating getting an electric bike. But if you live in a city, you probably have nowhere to store it, and probably don’t have the time to maintain it. The Jivr is built so you can store it, and don’t have to fix…
Ulock Is A Bike Lock Where Your iPhone Is The Key

Ulock Is A Bike Lock Where Your iPhone Is The Key

As more and more of us get on the road with a bike instead of a car, security has become more of a problem; we need to lock up our bikes, of course, but we also have to find locks thieves can’t easily remove. Not only that, we have to…
Solid Smart Bike Promises a Future of Biking Apps

Solid Smart Bike Promises a Future of Biking Apps

On-board navigation is a little trickier on a bike – even a mounted smartphone presents problems if you don’t want to stop or slow down every time you have a question. So urban bikers may love the ideas behind the Solid, a Bluetooth bike that hooks up with your navigation app…
Rocket-Powered Bicycle Breaks World Records

Rocket-Powered Bicycle Breaks World Records

How fast can a bicycle go? Francois Gissy was determined to find out – and a collection of brands ranging from Michelin to Ferrari were willing to help. The result was a rocket bicycle that handily beat the Ferrari in acceleration, set a new world record, and has to be seen…

Learn More About Bicycles

The best bicycles with complex drivetrains and made from materials such as carbon fiber and polymers may be expensive but they find takers, as do the more utility driven bikes that you’d use for commutes. We tell you the difference between rim brakes, spoon brakes, and disc brakes and also if you’re better served by a hardtail or a full suspension on your mountain bike.

Bicycles by top brands such as Cannondale, Giant, Schwinn, Scott, and Shimano are featured regularly on Gadget Review; we report on all the technological developments and the newest bike releases that happen in the world of bicycle manufacture.

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