You might think riding a bicycle down a ski slope so steep, you hit 138.75 miles per hour and break a world record before tapping the brakes is one of the more outrageously dangerous things anyone could do. But, Éric Barone says, "it's not too r
Every time an electric skateboard crosses our desk here at Gizmag, it seems to be because somebody clever has worked out a way to make them lighter, run for longer, or fold up in some weird shape that we've never seen before.
If you're a regular camper, you probably know what it's like to pitch a tent on a warm evening and wake up the following morning feeling like you're lying in an oven.
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The Hindenburg wasn't brought down by lightning, static, or sabotage.
Many people who grew up in the 1970s, '80s and '90s will likely remember cruising around the neighborhood on a Marx Big Wheel, a low-riding tricycle made of plastic.
Flatpack isn't just for reasonably-priced Scandinavian furniture, and we've previously reported on a bridge, hurricane-proof home, and even a truck that comes in flatpack form.
Google Maps announced in a blog post Thursday that it has officially made it to Mount Everest.
Boldyrev is traveling at 6.0 miles per hour, or the equivalent of a 10-minute mile and climbs the 4.5-story wall in the same amount of time it takes Usain Bolt to run about 60 meters.
A South American getaway is just a click away
We've seen a number of off-road skateboards hit the market over the past several years, although most of them have little or no suspension, and many do have electric motors – the latter is fine if you want it, but just adds weight, expense and comp
Apocalyptic snow in Boston has turned some intrepid--others might say insane--cyclists into ad hoc civil engineers.
New Zealand-based Wishbone Design has offered a versatile, 3-in-1 child's grow bike for several years. Last year, it made headlines by launching a model made from recycled carpet alongside its traditional wooden model. Now it's adding a modular pedal
This dramatic video captures a group of daredevil photographers taking selfies on top of a Hong Kong skyscraper.
At this year's Japan Camping Car Show in Tokyo, Honda has unveiled a two-piece concept that takes the kei car camping.
Way back when, when camping was synonymous with getting back to nature, there were no eco-friendly camp stoves, or electric kettles that doubled as charging stations (to be fair, there also weren't any gadgets to charge.) It was a grittier kind of
Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d'Ursel from Trees and People have invented a new suspension style cabin called Dom'Up.
Benjamin Airguns, the premium hunting brand of Crosman Corporation, takes the leash off what's expected from an airgun with the announcement of their new big bore, the Bulldog .357 air rifle.
Selling winter sports gear is a tough gig. You're severely limited by climate and geography, and even in places with the ideal mix of snow and terrain, you'll still find loads of people that aren't interested in playing in the cold.
It may be bitingly chilly and damp in Northern Germany right now, but that didn't stop the region's attention from turning to blue skies and bluer seas.
Most of the electric boats we saw at the Düsseldorf boat show this past weekend were small, slow cruisers designed to putter around waterways with combustion engine bans.
"A spark of greatness exists in all people, but only by touching that spark to adversity's flame does it blaze into the force that fuels our lives and the world." Erik Weihenmayer
Wearable technology is popping up in more and more areas of life -- and that includes the ski slopes.
"Stakes" is an ultra-light, portable outdoor cooking grill, suitable for hikes in nature.
If you live in a place where snowy and icy winters are the norm, you know the dangers of falling through the ice. And this guide is especially pertinent for those areas of the country where freezing weather only visits sporadically.
Some kind of joy faded from my spirit when George quit our partnership. Loneliness crept in again, but I told myself that it was better to have enjoyed him than never to have met him at all. He proved one lesson to me that day--all great journeys.
Another year, another few dozen ways to escape urban life and set up camp in the wild ... 2014 has been an interesting year for campers.
New thought propagates at the speed of light in the digital age, and there was no greater testimony to this than the World Flyboard Cup held in Dubai last weekend.
Just a few months after releasing its smallest, lightest, and most affordable tree tent so far, British firm Tentsile is back with another off-ground tent design.