Featured by Mark Anders
Amphibious Fun Machine
The first land-and-sea ATV.
Engineers Master Bicycle Aerodynamics With the Cervélo P5
At the Olympic level, where cyclists are in roughly the same physical condition, the difference between victory and defeat often...
A Surf Park Serves Up Ocean-Rivaling Artificial Waves Year-Round
Riding man-made surf typically means catching choppy, underwhelming swells in short five-to-10-second spurts. A project known as the Kelly Slater...
Jet-Propelled Surfboard Battles the Breakers
Surfers want to ride waves, not tire out while paddling to them. That’s where the WaveJet comes in. Two battery-powered...
Classic Stationary Exercise Machines Re-Engineered to Be Not So Stationary
A new generation of bicycle designers has reverse-engineered classic exercise machines to create innovative ways of getting around town. Meet...
Fully Loaded: Kayak Fishing
This emerging sport gets a boost from new gear
High-Tech Soccer Gear Makes the Best Players Even Better
This month, more than 700 million people will watch the finals of the FIFA World Cup, the planet’s most popular...
Invention Awards: A Faster, Safer System for Snowmobiles
A rear-axle-drive system that makes snowmobiles go faster, brake quicker, and consume less gas
Recreation Tech Reborn
Inflate this surfboard like a bike tire to optimize its ride.
A Bicycle Suspension with Sensors Built In Automatically Adapts to Changing Terrain
Mountain-bike suspensions are difficult, if not impossible, to adjust while riding. Cannondale’s Simon—the first completely computerized bike-suspension fork—features a hydraulic...