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Browsing the "Cycling" Tag
In São Paulo, Brazil, citizens are enjoying less air and noise pollution – at least on one day a week. On Sundays, during what is called Paulista Aberta, motor traffic is restricted on the popular Paulista Avenue and the street is dedicated to cyclists and pedestrians.
The streets of London have seen an increase in bike riders and a decrease in car commuters. According to an article published by the BBC, the number of cyclists during rush hour will outnumber cars within the new few years.
Protected bike lanes keep riders safe and secure, but that’s especially true in climates that face cold, icy winters!
Oslo plans to eliminate cars from its city center by 2019. In all, 350,000 cars will be affected. It will build new public transit and bike paths, instead.
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.
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!
Whether it’s work, school, or something else, we all have to get from here to there- and a new study says that WALKING is the least stressful way to do it!
The historic city of Zurich wants to welcome tourists from around the world- as long as they leave their cars back home.
Vespa parent company Piaggio believes its experience with CVT transmissions will give it the edge in developing a new line of electric bicycles.
Inside this flat-pack box are all the raw materials you need to build a bamboo bicycle frame from scratch. All you need to add is the epoxy!
After successfully closing Times Square and Broadway in 2009, the city of New York is looking to ban cars in the Central Park Loop starting in 2015.
Finland’s capital city of Helsinki plans to use a combination of ride-sharing, city buses, bike rentals, and advanced dispatch software to kill the car.
Bike rental kiosks are popping up all over the US, and more than 23 million people have taken a ride. But what’s most impressive: is 0 of them have died.