Transport

Turn style.

SUMMER CYCLES: San Francisco’s Mosi Bicycles rode onto the scene in 2011, introducing updated classic European models as an extension of personal style. The brand is concerned with looking good from handlebar to pedal as much as getting from A to B.

Smart cycling.

SUMMER CYCLES: The Valour, by Toronto-based Vanhawks, is likely the smartest bike you’ll ever ride. Poised to improve how and where you cycle, this is one of a new breed of smart bikes that collects data from your phone, your bike, and from other riders to create the best (and safest) cycling experience possible.

The BMW i3.

Nothing symbolizes next-generation, consumer-ready cars as clearly as those that run electric. BMW, which celebrates its centenary next year, is at the forefront of a movement that has these cars quickly rolling out of factories and showing up, plugged in, to a garage near you.

Cadillac versus Lincoln.

As ever, the New York International Auto Show proved to be an exciting one, filled past the brim with some dynamite new production cars from the likes of Jaguar (the new XF), McLaren (the 570S), and Porsche (the Boxster Spyder). But the two carmakers that stole the lion’s share of the spotlight from all others were a pair of home-grown heroes: Cadillac and Lincoln.

Hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and full electrics.

In a world full of gas-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric luxury cars, even the most extensively refined internal combustion engines cannot match the smooth and silent push from an electric motor.

From race cars to supercars.

While the name Magnum is new to the road car segment, the company has been building race cars since 1968 when founder Jean-Pierre St-Jacques started wrenching in his father’s woodworking shed.

Flight plan.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: The world of consumer aviation is a no-quarter-asked-no-quarter-given business littered with sky-high egos and grounded ventures. So after a lifetime spent in this unforgiving business, what drives Robert Deluce to want to continue?

The scent of memories.

Is there any smell better than the fragrance of a brand new car? It is seductive, on par with the most fragrant rose or the sweetest ice wine; it is the exhilarating aroma of a new beginning.

The McLaren 650S Spider.

Any $300,000-plus car has to generate passion: an emotional yearning that leads seemingly rational, business-minded owners to spend a generous helping on one automobile. In the McLaren 650S Spider, the British company has created just such a beast.