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Maintenance-Free Priority Bicycles Make Cycling Even Easier

Maintenance-Free Priority Bicycles Make Cycling Even Easier

It may be difficult to imagine a bicycle that doesn't need regular adjustments and tune-ups to keep riding smoothly, but the folks who created Priority Bicycles have created just that. These recreational

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Make Your Own Eco-Conscious Graffiti with Mud Stencils

Make Your Own Eco-Conscious Graffiti with Mud Stencils

Contrary to popular believe, graffiti doesn't have to be ugly or offensive—it can be thought-provoking, challenging, and perhaps most importantly, temporary. Jesse Graves, an artist based in Milwaukee

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Espejo De Luna Eco-Hotel Restaurant is Set Inside a Grounded Island Boat

Espejo De Luna Eco-Hotel Restaurant is Set Inside a Grounded Island Boat

The complex comprises four wood cabins of different sizes and a restaurant built in the shape of a boat. Aiming to lower the carbon emissions, the architects used locally sourced wood, and the hotel uses

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Crazy Fliz Bike Trades Pedals for Foot Power

Crazy Fliz Bike Trades Pedals for Foot Power

Without pedals, gears, or a saddle, should the Fliz Bike be considered a bicycle at all? Part hang-glider, part Rube Goldberg device, the Fliz is composed of a lightweight frame that uses a harness to

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Ai Weiwei’s “Forever” Bicycle Installation Moves to Venice for the 14th Biennale of Architecture

Ai Weiwei’s “Forever” Bicycle Installation Moves to Venice for the 14th Biennale of Architecture

Cycling is one of the most common forms of transportation in China, but Weiwei manipulates the bicycles by removing their primary function and making them static. The freedom associated with cycling is

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INTERVIEW: We Talk to Bicycle Library Founder Karta Healy

INTERVIEW: We Talk to Bicycle Library Founder Karta Healy

Last week, we showcased the Bicycle Library, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, and it was so unusual that we had to get in touch with its founder and pick his brain. We needed to know what

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Gulskogen Bicycle Hotel Stashes Over a Hundred Bikes Behind an Intricate Filigree Facade

Gulskogen Bicycle Hotel Stashes Over a Hundred Bikes Behind an Intricate Filigree Facade

At the entrance, a concrete tongue-shaped ramp spills out from a circular wooden border that frames a metal doorway. A porous filigree pattern sprawls across the metal doorway and gable wall. Drammen’s

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France is Paying Commuters to Bike to Work!

France is Paying Commuters to Bike to Work!

You’d hope that better health, lower cost and reduced emissions would be incentive enough to push people out of their cars and onto bikes, but in France only 2.4 percent of the population commutes via

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Auto-balancing Jyrobike for Kids Removes the Fear of Falling for First Time Riders

Auto-balancing Jyrobike for Kids Removes the Fear of Falling for First Time Riders

Learning to ride a bike is a classic rite of passage, but it can be incredibly daunting to kids scared of crashing or falling over. To help remove fears and streamline the learning process, a team of

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Trophies Without Tears: Old Bike Parts Get Upcycled into Wall Art

Trophies Without Tears: Old Bike Parts Get Upcycled into Wall Art

  Upcycled Trophies is a series of wall mounts created by Spanish sculptor Enrique Recio, who combines his twin passions for sculpture and vintage bicycle restoration to create these

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Sandwichbike is a Flat Pack Wooden Bicycle You Can Assemble in Less Than an Hour

Sandwichbike is a Flat Pack Wooden Bicycle You Can Assemble in Less Than an Hour

If you've ever dreamed of building your own bike but don't have any experience, you may want to check out the Pedalfactory's Sandwichbike. Inspired by flat pack furniture, this wooden bike is shipped in a

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6 Brilliant Cargo Bikes for Hauling Stuff in Style

6 Brilliant Cargo Bikes for Hauling Stuff in Style

Margo Mini The Margo bike by CETMA is a smaller, lighter version of the Largo cargo bike. Unlike many cargo bikes, Margo is a front-loader, making it perfect for one passenger and a couple bags of

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Hungary Builds World’s Tallest LEGO Tower

Hungary Builds World’s Tallest LEGO Tower

If you have ever dreamed of building a LEGO tower up to the sky, this latest world record is right up your alley. A group of schoolchildren teamed up with workers in Hungary to create the world’s

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Make Your Own Electric Bicycle With the Ultimate DIY Ebike Guide

Make Your Own Electric Bicycle With the Ultimate DIY Ebike Guide

Electric bicycles have become a popular form of transportation for many in cities across the world. As a green alternative to cars and public transit, ebikes offer many other advantages due to their small

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Visiobike: A Smartphone-Enabled Electric Bike Offers the Functionality of a High-End Car

Visiobike: A Smartphone-Enabled Electric Bike Offers the Functionality of a High-End Car

Hands-free, smart technology is popping up in all corners of our lives from smartphone-controlled cars to LED bulbs. To bring this energy saving, wireless design to bicycles, a Croatian startup just

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Oopsmark Upcycles Old Tires into Classy Bicycle Wine Rack for Vegans

Oopsmark Upcycles Old Tires into Classy Bicycle Wine Rack for Vegans

Wine lovers and cyclists will love Oopsmark’s latest handmade creation: a vegan bicycle wine rack. Although the Montreal-based design studio has made similarly stylish leather bicycle wine racks before,

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Swedish City Gives Commuters Free Bikes for Six Months to Reduce the Use of Cars

Swedish City Gives Commuters Free Bikes for Six Months to Reduce the Use of Cars

A city in Sweden is testing a new program they hope will slash the number of cars on the road. The government is giving away free bikes for six months to three dozen test cyclists. All they have to do in

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6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities

6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities

Calatrava's Peace Helicoidal Bridge Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava's Peace Bridge goes across the Bow River in Calgary, Canada. Implemented by the city's Council to promote healthy transportation,

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This Simple, Virtually Invisible 3D Printed Bike Rack is a Stroke of Genius

This Simple, Virtually Invisible 3D Printed Bike Rack is a Stroke of Genius

The problem with most bicycle storage systems is that they take up a lot of room when they aren’t holding a bike. Enter Clug, a very discreet and very tiny bracket designed by Hurdler Studios. This 3D

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GreenChamp Bamboo Balance Bikes Trains Kids to Pedal Their Way to a Lower Carbon Footprint

GreenChamp Bamboo Balance Bikes Trains Kids to Pedal Their Way to a Lower Carbon Footprint

If you can't wait to get your little tyke on a bike, checkout GreenChamp Bikes, a company that's about to launch their bamboo balancing bike for kids to Kickstarter. Built for children aged over 18 months

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Super-Smart Lightweight Valour Bike Warns Cyclists When Cars Enter Their Blind Spots

Super-Smart Lightweight Valour Bike Warns Cyclists When Cars Enter Their Blind Spots

The ultra-light carbon fiber Vanhawks Valour bike uses sensors to warn you when cars enter your blind spots. The bike's handlebars vibrate when it picks up nearby cars, and it has a Bluetooth connection

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Hubless Sada Bike Can Be Folded to the Size of an Umbrella

Hubless Sada Bike Can Be Folded to the Size of an Umbrella

Foldable bikes have been around for some time, but Sada Bycicle pushes the limits of space-saving design by folding to the size of an umbrella. This hubless bike features a frame that folds away for

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Win $5,000 in Bike Commuting Gear in Reliance Foundry’s Pedals for Professionals Contest!

Win $5,000 in Bike Commuting Gear in Reliance Foundry’s Pedals for Professionals Contest!

Break out the bicycle helmet and get ready to get back in the "saddle" -- May is National Bike Month! While it's no secret that bike commuting boasts amazing benefits, National Bike Month-- and more

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Biking to Work Can Help You Save Money, Lose Weight, and Reduce CO2

INFOGRAPHIC: How Biking to Work Can Help You Save Money, Lose Weight, and Reduce CO2

If you've ever been curious about bicycle commuting, upcoming Bike to Work week (May 12 - May 16) is your perfect chance to start. Whether you're riding to save money, time, or just for the fun of it,

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5 Brilliant Backyard Sheds Built from Recycled Materials

5 Brilliant Backyard Sheds Built from Recycled Materials

Coco Hut Made From Recycled Scrap Wood Made from FSC-certified wood and random scraps, Coco Hut is a cozy shelter shaped like a ball. Created by Dutch designer Gert Eussen, it stands on stilts and can be

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Dots Design Studio’s Beautiful PLYbikes are Handcrafted From Wood

Dots Design Studio’s Beautiful PLYbikes are Handcrafted From Wood

Bangkok-based Dots Design Studio makes handcrafted bicycles with glorious timber parts. Their PLYbike is made from strong stripy pieces of sandwiched wood veneer. The bikes are perfect for taking a spin

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IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

Dan Gestoso Rivers' Boske bike is a beautiful wood cycle inspired by the design of IKEA's flat-pack kit furniture. The bike’s frame is made from curved laminated wood, and the mechanical pieces (such as

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Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Jibe Design won a bike rack competition with Koi - a futuristic new rack design that will be installed at the base of a downtown high-rise in Philadelphia. Based on a Japanese textile and the lazy

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Ai Weiwei’s New ‘Evidence’ Installation Features 6,000 Antique Chinese Stools

Ai Weiwei’s New ‘Evidence’ Installation Features 6,000 Antique Chinese Stools

According to German curator Gereon Sievernich, the collection of individual stools represents individuality in the face of today's mass-manufactured plastic goods. As for the exhibition's name, Evidence,

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Buy a Stylish Peace Bicycle and You’ll Also Donate Towards Buying a Bike to A Child in Need

Buy a Stylish Peace Bicycle and You’ll Also Donate Towards Buying a Bike to A Child in Need

In the United States cycling is often perceived as a leisure activity for kids or a highly competitive sport, but things are much different abroad. Everyone rides bikes in cities like Copenhagen and

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