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!
On September 27, Paris went car free for a day. What happened? Pollution fell by 1/3 and noise levels dropped 50%. The city plans to have more car free days.
The Gi FlyBike is a folding electric bicycle that can be carried with you on the subway or in an elevator. It can be locked and unlocked using a phone app.
Alan Langerman has designed the perfect Tesla raffle for his wife’s favorite charity, Climate XChange. The winner gets a new Tesla plus money to pay taxes.
Via Bikocity: Colorado hopes to become America’s “best state for biking” with the launch of a $100 million scheme to foster the usage of pedal-powered transportation via heavy investment in cycling infrastructure. States Governor John Hickenlooper unveiled the ambitious public-private project to spend in excess of $100 million over the next four years on encouraging bike usage while at the Interbike convention […]
A new study of the second-largest bikesharing program in the United States has found that the deployment of the schemes in cities can significantly ameliorate urban traffic congestion. The study by Resources for the Future, entitled Bicycle Infrastructure and Traffic Congestion: Evidence from DC’S Capital Bikeshare, examined the impact of the deployment of a large-scale bikesharing […]
A new nationwide US survey has found that protected bike lanes equipped with physical barriers can have a major impact upon the usage of bicycles by residents, due to the enhanced sense of reassurance they provide to prospective cyclists. (This finding is probably the 500th time this conclusion has been made by scientific research.) The survey […]
The Bolt M-1 is a cafe latte carrying pedal/electric moped with a 40 MPH top speed and an “Economy” setting that makes it 100% sidewalk legal. Oh, yeah!
Hand-made from recycled wood and chromoly steel, the Horse Brand sidecar bike is ready to carry your cool stuff all over the boardwalk!
Originally published on CleanTechnica. Third in my series on the Renewable Cities “Trends, innovations, and barriers in electrifying transportation” panel that I moderated, this article is about Gil Friend’s wonderful presentation. (See my intro and Brian Hansen’s presentation on Copenhagen electrification and clean transport for the prequels.) Gil is Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Palo Alto, and is […]
A new bikesharing scheme is giving members of the public in Hawaii the opportunity to choose their preferred technology for the deployment and operation of the project upon its scheduled launch next year. Bikeshare Hawaii is a nonprofit project that enjoys the participation and support of both public and private partners, with the goal of expanding bicycle usage in urban parts […]