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Long-Term Wrap-Up: Can-Am Spyder RT-S
Can-Am's ad agency says the Spyder “reinvents” riding. That's overstating it, but there is no question that the three-wheelers are bringing many new people into the “riding” as opposed to the “driving” world. Our experience with the 2010 RT-S showed us ...
A Stingy Spirit Lifts Airline's Profit
While full-service airlines chase big-spending business travelers, Spirit is profiting from fliers who seek to reach their destinations as cheaply as possible.
FutureE's Jupiter Fuel Cell Products Successfully Launched in China
The first outdoor systems (above) have been delivered to government-owned SGCC (State Grid Corporation of China) - now the largest energy supplier in the world. Its service area represents 88 % of the national territory, supported by more than 1.5 ...
Yeah, it's a trials bike, but it's freakin' cool
In the wide, wild world of motorcycles, trials bikes usually don't show up on the radar. Which is too bad, because trialers often contain some of the latest technology before we see it on mainstream models.
Jeff Rubin argues in The End of Growth that central bankers must focus on high ...
"When the world's annual fuel bill was less than $800 billion, oil-importing nations like the United States clocked healthy economic growth year after year," Rubin writes.
Tuono V4: Aprilia builds another awesome way to lose your license.
Evidently, there's a standard method of creating a naked sportbike and then there's the Italian way. Most manufacturers have done it by producing minimalistic, significantly detuned sportbikes that are just as well-suited to urban commuting as they are ...
Fukushima Daiichi's Unit 4 Spent-Fuel Pool Up Close
Tokyo Electric Power Co. is pulling out the stops to show a skeptical world that the troubled reactors at Fukushima Daiichi - and in particular the “spent-fuel pool” atop reactor Unit 4 - won't collapse and spill out radioactive fuel during the next ...
Pictures: World War II "Time Capsule" Fighter Found in Sahara
Recently discovered in Egypt by an oil-exploration team, a World War II fighter plane called "the aviation equivalent of Tutankhamun's tomb" bears the scars of 70 years in the Sahara desert—but is nevertheless considered to be in "time capsule" condition.
Artificial Leaf Could Bring Electricity to Developing World
May 2012 CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 14, 2012 - The first practical artificial leaf, composed of silicon, nickel and cobalt, can convert sunlight into chemical fuel, a milestone in the drive for sustainable energy that mimics the process of photosynthesis.
Husqvarna TE630 - Long-Term Test Wrap-Up Dual-sport adventurer.
Despite having the TE in our fleet for a year and a half, we put only 3150 miles on the odometer after a series of setbacks kept the bike on a workstand in the Cycle World garage instead of out on the trail. As documented in previous updates, these ...