Amazon is currently testing a new electric cargo bike system in London. Four-wheel electric cargo bikes are being used to make deliveries in hopes the company can use the technology to replace standard delivery vans. In addition to this, the company is also increasing the number of “foot deliveries” with foot couriers responsible for delivering orders as well. Amazon hopes the switch to electric vehicles and walking deliveries will help the company achieve its goal of running entirely on renewable energy by 2025. However, only time will tell how these decisions will affect the daily lives of their drivers – or rather, “on–foot couriers. Today we’re looking at a new base camp trailer, removable roof rack, and solar-powered lunch box. It’s in gear today.
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Check out your new favorite Basecamp trailer
TAXA Outdoors recently teamed up with Topo Designs to release a new limited edition kit and base camp trailer. Fans can purchase the collaboration’s custom Woolly Bear trailer to secure a bright red version of the classic go-anywhere basecamp habitat, which will come outfitted with a suite of custom Topo gear to help keep you ready to go. everything. The complete kit includes a utility Mountain Gear Bag as well as a 16L Mountain Pack and a 10L Pack Bag.
For those without a roof rack, Knotix has you covered. The team has launched a modular roof rack that can be installed or removed from any standard 4-door vehicle in just 20 seconds. The rack can hold up to 330 pounds of cargo, withstand speeds of up to 125 miles per hour, and withstand off-road travel. Equipped with a series of mechanical and magnetic locking mechanisms, the roof rack is a great hack for any quick getaway. For the next 27 days, users can purchase the Roof Rack on Kickstarter at a special early bird price ($299+).
Multitask with this mini EDC
This little tactical EDC is also super smart. Haxtec’s Multi Tool Survival Hair Clips combine the functionality of a traditional barrette and a mini multi-tool. In the clip, users can access a ruler, a trolley coin, a large screwdriver, and a small Phillips screwdriver. The clip also features a serrated edge on one side for split second cuts and is made of stainless steel for long life. Available for just $9, these clips will make a great gift for any trail runner and have the strength to keep every strand – and every man bun – in place.
Trek announces fastest Madone yet
Trek has updated its coveted Madone bike to create a newer, faster model. The original Madonna debuted in 2003 and although the updated version isn’t due until 2023, fans are already buzzing with its performance. This Madone is technically the seventh generation Madone SLR model and should become the company’s fastest version. It’s 300 grams lighter, can handle speeds 60 seconds per hour faster, and makes its mark with a more aerodynamic design. Fans can pick up the bike in multiple colorways today, with prices ranging from $8,000 to $13,200.
This lunch box makes lunch even cooler
The days of sweaty ice packs are long gone – and solar-powered lunch boxes are here to stay. SunnySide has launched the first self-heating/cooling solar-powered lunch box to help you optimize your lunch routine. Equipped with induction technology for easy heating, thick insulation, three fans and a cooling element, this lunch box is also waterproof and dishwasher safe. To use it, fans can charge the lunchbox via the USB-C connection and set their preferred temperature. The lunch box is available via Kickstarter at an early bird price ($69) for 15 more days, so be sure to shop soon.
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