Transportation

  • OneWheel Pint

    OneWheel Pint

    Supremely easy to ride and just as easy on the eye and wallet, OneWheel Pint is a single wheel electric skateboard with a top speed of 16mph and range of up to eight miles. The convenient, compact design–just 27 inches long and replete with a carry handle–also means you can take it on public transport or stash it under your desk or that coffee shop table with ease. No remote control with this one, just lean to ride.

     
  • Muli Cargo eBike

    Muli Cargo eBike

    This cleverly designed cargo bike packs a helluva lot of luggage, shopping and even a kid or two, but unlike its peers doesn’t take up a whole lot of floor space. The Muli Cargo eBike is equipped with a mammoth 90-liter cargo basket (that folds down to 11 inches wide) and is powered by an impressive Pendix motor than can shift riders that weigh up to 375lb along with 154lb of gear.

     
  • Surly Big Easy

    Surly Big Easy

    Go tour galore with the Surly Big Easy, a sumptuous electric assist ride that’s the “18-wheeler of the cargo bike world.” The long-tail two-wheeler can haul and tow masses of gear thanks to a Bosch Performance CX drive unit–their most powerful–and dual battery capability, coupled with a frame designed for integration with Surly Bill and Ted Trailers.

     
  • Gazelle Arroyo C8 HMB Elite

    Gazelle Arroyo C8 HMB Elite

    As graceful and as elegant as its savanna-prancing namesake, the Gazelle Arroyo C8 HMB Elite is a powerful yet nigh-on silent e-bike. Powered by a mid-mounted Bosch motor, it’s also supremely comfortable and efficient thanks to wide tires, and premium suspension in the front fork and seat post, with a range of up to 90 miles. This baby’s a 2019 IF Design Award winner.

     
  • WING Electric Bikes

    WING Electric Bikes

    Turn heads without breaking a sweat–or the bank–thanks to this uber cool, uber-affordable e-bike. WING Electric Bikes, yours in a choice of silver or matte black, sport a terrifically unique frame design that features a pedal-assist set-up that’s good for up 35 miles at speeds of up to 20mph, with a digital display on the handlebar, integrated lights and an in-built anti-theft system.

     
  • Novus Electric Motorbike

    Novus Electric Motorbike

    The exquisite, nimble Novus Electric Motorbike boasts revolutionary technology as well as revolutionary looks that promise to turn heads and blow minds–it’s most stand-out visual feature being a beautiful hunk of negative space where a fuel tank would usually sit. The graceful carbon fiber frame weighs just 39kg and can be propelled at up to 97km/h, with a 100km range. Just an hour’s charge replenishes the battery 80%.

     
  • Superride Self Balancing Electric Unicycle S1000

    Superride Self Balancing Electric Unicycle S1000

    Getting on a unicycle always seems like a good idea–until a few seconds later when the unicycle is on top of you. Such embarrassment can be kicked into touch with the Superride Self Balancing Electric Unicycle, accelerated simply by leaning forward, turned by leaning to the side and stopped by leaning back. This ride comes with an LED display and headlight, an electric horn and some serious street cred.

     
  • Segway Drift W1 e Roller Skates

    Segway Drift W1 e Roller Skates

    Thankfully boasting some seriously state-of-the-art self-balancing technology, the Segway Drift W1 e Roller Skates will likely prove to be among the most joyous additions to the 2019 world of gadgets. The battery lasts for up to 45 minutes with a top speed of 7.5mph and is backed by riding and freestyle modes. Colorful light settings add to the experience–mainly for those watching, of which there will be many pairs of widened eyes.

     
  • Cyrusher FR100 Folding Mountain Bike

    Cyrusher FR100 Folding Mountain Bike

    A seriously cool fold-up contraption for those seriously short on space, the Cyrusher FR100 Folding Mountain Bike is built around a 17-inch lightweight frame and rides on 26-inch wheels with premium suspension and stops riding courtesy of front and rear disc brakes. The foldable design also means you can easily chuck it in the boot of your car to visit some far-flung trails.

     
  • Elos Commuter Skateboard

    Elos Commuter Skateboard

    Electric skateboards may be all the rage (and we’re big fans of them at GC), but you can’t beat the purity of a good old-fashioned foot-powered board. The Elos Commuter Skateboard is a cool take on the classic, its stumpy 17×10-inch size enables better balance and faster turns while being compact enough to stash in a backpack or be carried with ease courtesy of some built-in handles.