Fa-Hsing Lu v Hyper Bicycles, Inc., 568 F. Supp. 3d 68

Sport Dimension, Inc. v. Coleman Co., 820 F.3d 1316, 1320 (Fed. Cir. 2016) (citing Egyptian Goddess, 543 F.3d at 679 ). Consequently, the preferable course for a district court ordinarily will be not to attempt to “construe” a design patent by providing a detailed verbal description of the claimed design. Defendant rejoins that a verbal construction of claims explicitly excluding functional elements, as it has proposed, is more appropriate. It observes that the Federal Circuit in Egyptian Goddess stated that it may be helpful for the court to point out various features of the claimed design as they relate to the accused design and the prior art. 543 F.3d at 680.

However, your bike typically makes up such a small percentage of the overall system weight, that a slightly lighter bike doesn’t move the needle much. Despite this, Specialized says changes to the leading edges of the bike, such as the fork, head tube, and a new lighter and more aerodynamic integrated cockpit, make the Tarmac SL8 more aerodynamic hyper mountain bike than the S-Works Venge, Specialized’s last dedicated aero road bike – an impressive feat. Nevertheless, there have been some technical developments in recent years that are enabling brands to build lighter bikes than before. First, the move from rim to disc brakes added a few hundred grams (or more in some cases) to most road bikes.

The Hyper E-Ride City electric bike is commonly referred to as the electric bike from Walmart, as it sold almost exclusively at Walmart locations. The bikes battery lacks range, as the battery can only run for up to 20 miles or 1 hour. The E-Ride City scored a 26 on our Tower ebike score giving it a “non recommended ebike” rating. “Bicycle use has changed greatly in the last 10 years but we see a bright future in cycling and stay committed to developing products that everyone can understand. MINOURA will continue to enhance product development and planning to keep our 80 year promise of delivering great, well-built products.” As things stand, the difference in weight between a brand’s aero road bike and climbing bike can be relatively small, meaning there’s often little to be gained by switching from the former to the latter. As a result, it wasn’t uncommon to see lead weights added to bikes to ensure they passed checks by beady-eyed UCI commissaires.

This Class 1 electric bike features a pedal assist mode for up to 20 mph to offer a little help while trekking up a steep incline. The E-Ride includes both front and rear V-brakes for enhanced stopping power and front suspension forks for a comfortable ride wherever your commute takes hyper mountain bike you. This bike comes with an integrated flush-mounted battery (capacity Ah) and the charger. It can charge in approximately 4 hours and can run for about 20 miles. The rear hub 36 Volt brushless motor provides you with 6 different speeds to make it to your destination with ease.

Simon von Bromley is a senior technical writer for BikeRadar.com. Simon joined BikeRadar in 2020, but has been riding bikes all his life, and racing road and time trial bikes for over a decade. As a person of little physical talent, he has a keen interest in any tech which can help him ride faster and is obsessed with the tiniest details. Simon writes reviews and features on power meters, smart trainers, aerodynamic bikes and kit, and nerdy topics like chain lubricants, tyres and pro bike tech. Simon also makes regular appearances on the BikeRadar Podcast and BikeRadar’s YouTube channel. Before joining BikeRadar, Simon was a freelance writer and photographer, with work published on BikeRadar.com, Cyclingnews.com and in CyclingPlus magazine.

Another feature that’s sure to catch your eye is the bike’s frame. Apart from being styled unconventionally when compared to other commuter bikes, the Ultra also packs its battery within the frame. There is a replaceable battery with 10.4 amp-hours of power built into the aluminum frame. Hyper claims a rather lackluster 20 miles of range on a single charge, but given the bike’s super affordable price tag, you’ll probably have some spare cash left over to buy an extra battery, or you know, a bunch of energy drinks to get you ready to pedal the rest of the way home.

Despite the marketing focusing on its aerodynamic improvements, the latest Canyon Ultimate CFR nevertheless remains a feathery bike at 6.39kg for a size large (without pedals). As a result, most riders opted for builds balanced between aerodynamic efficiency and weight. One particularly interesting detail is the wheel design, which features a 55-millimeter deep carbon tubeless profile with an internal width of 22 mm. Each wheel has 28 spokes with a black finish that continues on the wheel sides.

The .1R combines the best of the worlds of automotive engineering and design and road bicycles, relying on modern production technologies, high-strength materials, and attention to the smallest details. Founded in 2008, Winspace have been designing, building and racing carbon fiber bikes for over a decade. Based in Xiamen, China we have the advantage of being at the heart of the carbon fiber industry. Our international team brings expertise in engineering and design. Right off the bat, Hyper says that the Ultra is, well, ultra-versatile.