Citi Bike certainly has taken off in New York City. The bikesharing system is enjoyed by adventurous tourists, recreational residents, and daily commuters alike. However, new statistics are emerging that show commuters are actually representing an impressive percentage of Citi Bike riders. This supports the wheels turning in federal legislation to make “bikeshare” an official […]
Those of you with long memories will remember Ford’s first foray into electric bicycles back in 2000 with the Th!nk lineup of electric cars and pedal-assisted bicycles. In the decade and a half since, Th!nk was sold and re-sold before finally dying in Indiana, and Ford has teamed up with Pedego to make a retro […]
New York City’s bicycle sharing program served 10 million riders in 2015, making it one of the largest bicycle sharing programs in the world. The mayor says it helps reduce traffic congestion and lower pollution levels.
A five mile section of a proposed bicycle highway in the Ruhr Valley section of Germany has opened. It features passing lanes and overpasses to avoid congested city intersections. When complete, it could take 50,000 cars of the road during commuting hours.
Jay Leno tried a Vintage Electric bicycle recently and loved it. Workmanship is first class. It is a cruiser style machines with about 30 miles of range.
This streamlined, carbon fiber shelled street missile just blasted its way into the speed record books by hitting 85.71 MPH on human power alone!
Protected bike lanes keep riders safe and secure, but that’s especially true in climates that face cold, icy winters!
Bike lanes offer a safe, healthy way to get to work without polluting the air we all breathe- but do they also violate the free exercise of religion?
Linde Group of Germany has built a prototype fuel cell bicycle that has a range of 65 miles on only 34 grams of fuel. Linde has 100 H2 stations in Germany.
There is nothing like a bike ride on a brisk morning- and nothing that ruins a ride quicker than a flat. That’s where these airless bicycle tires come in.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill making a pedal powered beer bus legal to operate on public roads. It holds up to 15 passionate beer lovers.
What’s the number 1 bicycle city in the US? Well, let’s just say that if you’re wearing a suit and tie on your work, you probably live in Chicago!