Our video blog (vlog) is mostly made of short, informative, and often silly videos about us and our wheel. Sometimes the videos are made by us, sometimes they are made about us - we basically share whatever we think is cool.
January 14, 2017
Katya takes the wheel for a spin on her Caribbean vacation. Vieques, Puerto Rico is a small island about 8 miles east of the Puerto Rican Mainland. It's a slice of heaven with plenty secluded beaches and wild horses that roam the countryside.
Dec 19, 2016
One of our videos just hit 25 million views. SWEET! Thank you Tech Insider for sharing our videos and thank you to everyone for engaging with it - this is awesome!
Dec 8, 2016
Here our crew makes fast work out of bending, fastening and powder-coating the aluminum unibody for the wheels. This unibody will be assembled, tested, packaged and shipped in Part 3.
Dec 7, 2016
Seconds after we launched Voravut “SpicyV” Ratanakommon, a Boston local, pre-ordered a GeoOrbital wheel and a miniPenny.
Now that we are actively shipping we decided to deliver his wheel and MiniPenny in person.
Huge thanks to SpicyV for coming to our events and showing his support!
Dec 7, 2016
We just published the long awaited basic installation video for the GeoOrbital wheel. in a couple weeks we'll publish an advanced installation video that will go into a lot more detail.
Dec 5, 2016
In addition to calling GeoOrbital the "one of the coolest Kickstarter projects we’ve ever seen," the Huffington Post called the wheel "revolutionary" - we are assuming that no pun was intended ;) They made a nice video as well. You rock Huff Post!
Nov 17, 2016
Our CEO, Mike, was invited to give a guest lecture about innovation at ETH University in Zurich, Switzerland. Getting around anywhere can be a challenge - but not with the wheel.
Nov 4, 2016
This is the first installment of how we make the wheels. Here a 3000w laser cuts aluminum sheets like butter. The parts being fabricated will later be formed on a break press and fastened together to complete the aluminum unibody in Part 2.
Nov 2, 2016
Right next door to us is the first and largest Halloween street party in world. Salem, Massachusetts is crazy this time of year and we had a blast!
Mike showed up as a biker with his custom built GeoOrbital-powered Choppahhhh, and Dakota rode proud in his Zoot Suit on a miniPenny for 2.
Oct 2, 2016
We took the GeoOrbital wheel to "Russian Hill" in San Fransisco, CA - one of the most sloped streets in the world. It's extremely tough for even professional cyclist to clime this hill on a regular bicycle.
Aug 15, 2016
Our CEO, Mike, was named “One of the top Inventors of 2016" and one of the "most dynamic and creative people shaping business today.” buy the Upstart Business Journal. Thanks guys!
Jul 21, 2016
Ben Gruber from Reuters flew out to Boston to meet with Mike and shoot a cool little video. The full article is here - Thanks Ben!
Jun 16, 2016
We made a new video for the home page of our website. The music is pretty aggressive with underground drums, deep bass, percussion and distorted horn. So far the feedback on Youtube has been good. The track is "Hip Hop" by AudioFortress.
Jun 15, 2016
With everyone's help we did it! We raised $1.26 million from 1,623 believers on Kickstarter in just 45 days! We had one of the top crowdfunding projects in history and we are just getting rolling!
Jun 7, 2016
May 31, 2016
Check out the miniPenny!
May 11, 2016
Huge thanks to TechCrunch for choosing GeoOrbital as the Wild Card demo! It was really cool presenting the wheel to hundreds of the most influential tech leaders in the world.
Jan 1, 2016
After thousands of miles of testing we are psyched to release a new generation of GeoOrbital electric bike wheel prototypes for 2016!
Many thanks to Harris Allen - who made this video and made our wheels come to life!! Find Harris on: Instagram: harrisallen3
May 11, 2015
On April 22 2015 very early GeoOrbtial electric bike wheel prototypes were featured on an Earth Day episode of the Discovery Channel show Daily Planet. We had been developing the wheel for a little over a year at his point, this was awesome!