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Are These Onyx Electric Mopeds the Perfect Urban Commuter Bikes?

Pedals and Electric Power Mopeds were popular machines in the 1970s and 80s, but over time the bicycle/motorcycle bike fell out of style. Now, they’re quite uncommon. You see either scooters or motorcycles, but the pedal moped is a rarity on the road. That may change in the future thanks to ONYX Motorbikes. ONYX Motorbikes got its start where many good ideas go, Indigogo. After raising about $1 million, Tim Seward, the founder of the company, and his team have delivered on some truly attractive...
Tags: Motorcycles, Electric, Tim Seward, Electric Bike, Onyx, RCR, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Moped, ONYX Motorbikes, Onyx Electric Mopeds, Electric Power Mopeds, Tomos Golden Bullet


Asiana Airlines Passenger Forced To Move From Seat Over Prosthetic Leg, Told 'You're Not Normal'

A San Francisco man aboard an Asiana Airlines flight claims he was discriminated against and forced to vacate his seat because of his prosthetic leg. During the confrontation, a flight attendant allegedly told the passenger, Tim Seward, that he’s “not a normal person.” Seward captured some of the exchange on video.
Tags: News, San Francisco, Tim Seward, Seward, Asiana Airlines


The History of Freebording

Extreme Athletes Conquer Mother Nature With Technology! Sometime in the mid 1990s when the X Games were just coming into their own and athletes were just starting to go “extreme,” a group of snowboarders and inventors got together under the direction of Steen Strand and created the unique sport of Freebording.  Essentially, Strand wanted to combine the grace and ease of lateral movement (or “sliding”) that snowboarding allows with the year-round fun of skateboarding.  He knew that if he could re...
Tags: California, History of Freebording, Bayard Winthrop, Freebord, Freebording, S2 Binding, Steen Strand, Tim Seward, Tim, Freebords, Concrete Powder Science Friction