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Production Smart Bicycle Launched at Detroit Auto Show

January 15th, 2014 | by Jo Borrás

The production version of the pedal/electric Smart bicycle quietly debuted at this year's Detroit Auto Show carrying a $2950 price tag. Along with the price, the bikes carried a features list full of clever, high-end components aimed at making the bikes both more durable, and more convenient, for its end-users


Dear Government, When do Cyclists Start to Matter?

June 19th, 2013 | by Jo Borrás

I was riding in the bike lane on Toronto’s Harbord Street last week during the afternoon rush hour and thought boy, there sure are a lot of bikes, so many that I stopped to take a photo of them. It turns out that this wasn’t an aberration, but a significant trend. Cycle Toronto recently did a traffic count and found that in the course of a day, fully 45% of the vehicles on Harbord Street were bicycles


Need a Gas Guzzler? Get a Tiny EV!

August 7th, 2012 | by Jo Borrás

You hear it again and again whenever you hear someone try to justify the massive new gas-guzzler they've just parked in their driveway. "I'd love to get something more green, but I need a big car/truck/SUV for my kids/dogs/towing." Throw in a little petulant whine on the "need" and I'm sure it'll seem immediately familiar. Oh, if only one of those little plug-in electric cars - you know, the ones that have enough range and trunk space to be able to handle a huge majority of our driving needs - would come free with that big gas-guzzler!


Video: “Don’t Make Me Get The Tank”

November 11th, 2011 | by Christopher DeMorro

Bike lanes have been popping up in cities across the country as people go from fossil fuels to pedal power. But not everybody likes that parking spots are turning into bike lanes, and on any given day you’ll find more than a few inconsiderate people who park in bike lanes. The mayor of Vilinius, Lithuania sent a powerful message over the summer when he crushed an offending vehicle with a tank. And apparently the good mayor has made his way to New York with his message



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