Holy Chiba cruisers! Images of the Caped Crusader tearing around Chiba, Japan, have been circulating social media.
A showcase of vehicle concepts at Stanford University's Center for Automotive Research hints at how we'll be navigating city streets in the near future. Time to rethink the four-wheeled car.
Toyota and Yamaha show that just like cars, bikes can be electrified, Wi-Fi connected, and shared.
Relive your younger days with a whole lot more horsepower on the Green Machine trike for adults. The $75,000 beast sports a Harley-Davidson engine and push/pull hand levers for steering.
"E-trikes" are part of a movement to cut CO2 emissions and fuel costs in Asian cities. Manila wants 100,000 by 2016.
While they look like something out of a fairy tale, cargo trikes--and the special cycle tracks they ride on--have played an integral part in Denmark's embrace of cycling.
Google is sharing the wealth with code-breaking hotspot Bletchley Park to fund repairs, and it's sending a camera-trike to put it on Street View.
Cars can't get everywhere, so Google sends specially built Street View tricycles so that you can view, for example, botanical gardens and hikes. Today saw a vast new array of images from around the world.
A showcase of vehicle prototypes at Stanford University's Center for Automotive Research helps us see into the future of urban mobility. Think trikes.
Many previews for next week's Geneva auto show announced this week, including a series hybrid concept from Lotus, a diesel hybrid concept from Hyundai, an electric personal mobility vehicle from Honda, and Audi's monster sports car, the RS5. We take a drive in another Audi, the A3 TDI, winner of the Green Car of the Year award.