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The Xfire Safety Light Creates a Laser-Generated Bike Lane for Safer Night Cycling

The Xfire Safety Light Creates a Laser-Generated Bike Lane for Safer Night Cycling

If you've ever been freaked out over the dangers of riding your bicycle at night, the Xfire Bike Lane Safety Light might be able to offer you a little more security. This battery-powered safety light

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City University London’s giCentre Visualizes 10 Million Bike Trips in a Blaze of Blue Light

City University London’s giCentre Visualizes 10 Million Bike Trips in a Blaze of Blue Light

City University London's giCentre, which is part of the City Collaborative Transport Hub, has created several visualizations that show the behavior and route preference patterns of the capital's bike

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Sky Cycles: High-Flying Elevated Bike Lanes Could be Coming to London

Sky Cycles: High-Flying Elevated Bike Lanes Could be Coming to London

Imagine being able to bicycle through London without having to worry about traffic, stoplights or pedestrians. This vision is one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to a proposal from London-based

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An Invisible Bike Helmet that keeps your Skull and Hair Intact

An Invisible Bike Helmet that keeps your Skull and Hair Intact

The Hovding is a collar with sensors that spring into action when typical movements associated with a bicycle crash are detected. Read on to see how this fashion-forward piece can protect not only

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Denmark Constructs Bicycle Superhighways For Copenhagen’s Commuters

Denmark Constructs Bicycle Superhighways For Copenhagen’s Commuters

vvoe / Shutterstock.com In April, Denmark completed the first of what will eventually be a network of 26 bicycle "superhighways"—smooth routes exclusively for Danes who wish to commute into

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Retro-Inspired Faraday Porteur Electric Bike Now for Sale!

Retro-Inspired Faraday Porteur Electric Bike Now for Sale!

The Faraday Porteur electric bicycle has finally come to market! Built last year for the Oregon Manifest design competition, the classic cycle may look like a simple bike from the 1940s or 50s, but

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BMW Unveils Updated i3 and New i Pedelec Electric Bicycle in London

BMW Unveils Updated i3 and New i Pedelec Electric Bicycle in London

To coincide with the opening of the world’s first BMW i Store on London’s Park Lane, BMW has unveiled an updated i3 concept and the i Pedelec concept electric bicycle. The updated i3 is based on the

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iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

Here at Inhabitat we have seen some very creative iPhone amplifiers that use bamboo canes, repurposed musical instruments and even an entire tree trunk to blast tunes. But here is one example you can

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SoBi: Social Bicycle Sharing System Makes it Easy to Find and Rent Bikes

SoBi: Social Bicycle Sharing System Makes it Easy to Find and Rent Bikes

SoBi, created and founded by Ryan Rzepecki, is an affordable bike sharing system that makes it easy to rent a bike when you need it and doesn't require dedicated docking stations or other infrastructure.

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Stunning ZecOO Electric Motorcycle Unveiled at the 2012 Tokyo Motorcycle Show

Stunning ZecOO Electric Motorcycle Unveiled at the 2012 Tokyo Motorcycle Show

The styling of most electric bikes doesn't stray too far from a standard human-powered motorcycle, but the ZecOO custom e-bike you see here brings some much needed pizazz to the plate. Designed by Kota

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A Pair Travels from NYC to San Francisco by Electric Bike to Educate Americans on Green Transportation

A Pair Travels from NYC to San Francisco by Electric Bike to Educate Americans on Green Transportation

Boris Mordkovich and Anna Mostovetsky thrive on adventure and share an enduring passion for the environment, so when Boris and his brother, Yevgeniy started EVELO, an electric bike company in New York,

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HAPPY EARTH DAY!  What Are You Doing for Earth Day 2012?

HAPPY EARTH DAY! What Are You Doing for Earth Day 2012?

Happy Earth Day 2012! Here at Inhabitat we like to treat every day like Earth Day - but that doesn't mean we're not going to give Mother Earth a little extra attention on April 22nd. The Inhabitat

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Cycling Advocates Convene for National Bike Summit in Washington, DC

Cycling Advocates Convene for National Bike Summit in Washington, DC

Cycling advocates from across the country are convening in Washington, DC this week to discuss the future of cycling in America, and to voice their support for national cycling and pedestrian programs.

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FitDesk Lets You Pedal Your Way to Fitness While You Work

FitDesk Lets You Pedal Your Way to Fitness While You Work

Telecommuting saves workers money on subway or gas costs while conserving energy - but it can also mean less exercise. The folks at FitDesk have a solution - a brilliant bicycle/desk that combines work

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Block 11 is a Perforated Parking Lot With a Facade of Hanging Plants in The Netherlands

Block 11 is a Perforated Parking Lot With a Facade of Hanging Plants in The Netherlands

Block 11 is particularly unique because of the perforated facade which depicts images common to the Flevoland province including birds, windmills, garden gnomes, and bird houses. But here's the catch:

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The Taga Transforms from a Bike to a Stroller in 20 Seconds Flat!

The Taga Transforms from a Bike to a Stroller in 20 Seconds Flat!

Cycling mamas and papas usually have to give up their two-wheelers when their first bundle arrives, but the Taga could change all that - it's a a bike that doubles as a stroller! The multitasking bike can

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San Francisco Set to Launch Electric Bike Sharing Program

San Francisco Set to Launch Electric Bike Sharing Program

San Francisco's new electric bicycle sharing experiment will soon offer an affordable green transit alternative for those navigating the city's inclines. The e-bike program will offer riders the option to

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6 Awesome Bike Sharing Schemes From Around the World

6 Awesome Bike Sharing Schemes From Around the World

BARCELONA Studies of Barcelona's acclaimed Bicing bike share program have found that the success of their biking scheme has reduced the region's annual CO2 emissions by 9,000 metric tonnes. Researchers

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Top 6 Products For Staying in Shape at Work

Top 6 Products For Staying in Shape at Work

Gamercize PC Sport The Gamercize PC stepper turns your workday into an exercise challenge by disabling your technology unless you are in motion. That's right, the stepper is connected to you keyboard and

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PHOTOS: Smart Unveils Quirky For-Us Mini Electric Pickup Truck at the Detroit Auto Show

PHOTOS: Smart Unveils Quirky For-Us Mini Electric Pickup Truck at the Detroit Auto Show

Smart CEO Annete Winkler said, "We at Smart love pickups – if they are small on the outside, large on the inside, very safe and extremely comfortable. With the Smart For-Us a petrol station is no longer

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Smart to Reveal ‘For-US’ Ultra Compact Electric Pickup Truck at the Detroit Auto Show

Smart to Reveal ‘For-US’ Ultra Compact Electric Pickup Truck at the Detroit Auto Show

Mercedes-Benz-owned Smart has announced plans to unveil an ultra-compact plug-in electric pickup truck called the For-US at the Detroit auto show next week. The vehicle will use the same platform as a

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JDS Architects Propose a Spiraling Bicycle Museum for China’s Future Bike City

JDS Architects Propose a Spiraling Bicycle Museum for China’s Future Bike City

JDS Architects designed this extraordinary spiraling Chongming Bicycle Park for a competition to create the future Bike City in China. The museum, multi-purpose hall, and visitor center comes complete

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Vivida Dorms: A Dynamic Australian Building Wrapped in a Gorgeous Metallic Skin

Vivida Dorms: A Dynamic Australian Building Wrapped in a Gorgeous Metallic Skin

In addition to having plenty of daylight and shade as a result of the new metallic skin, which gives the building multiple personalities depending on the angle from which it is viewed, mechanical windows

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VIDEO: Artists Outfit Scooter Riders in Indonesia With Planted Bike Helmets for a Treebute

VIDEO: Artists Outfit Scooter Riders in Indonesia With Planted Bike Helmets for a Treebute

In a treebute, er tribute, to the natural beauty of their city, two artists from Yogyakarta, Indonesia outfitted scooter riders with safety helmets planted with trees and had them ride around the city

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9 Enchanting Gardens, Green Roofs and Planted Walls We Spotted Around Japan

9 Enchanting Gardens, Green Roofs and Planted Walls We Spotted Around Japan

Most visitors to Kinkaku-ji, also known as the Golden Pavilion, in Kyoto, are there to see the gilded roof of the landmark's namesake. But we were just as interested in the green roofs that cover many of

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88bikes to Give Thousands of Bikes to Girls Who Have Been Victims of Slavery and Abuse

88bikes to Give Thousands of Bikes to Girls Who Have Been Victims of Slavery and Abuse

88bikes just announced their sixth project, dubbed Asha 2012, an initiative to give thousands of bikes to young girls from Eastern Europe to Southeast Asia who have been victims of slavery, abuse and in

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7 Tricked-Out Bike Projects to Inspire the Cyclist in You

7 Tricked-Out Bike Projects to Inspire the Cyclist in You

7 Awesome bike-centric projects: Amazing Record-Playing Bicycle Blasts Music as You Pedal Yves Behar Unveils ‘Local Bike’ Utility Cycle With a Cargo Container Silverback Builds Urban Bikes with USB

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PHOTOS: Striking Japanese Bike Parking Lot is Completely Overgrown with Green Ivy

PHOTOS: Striking Japanese Bike Parking Lot is Completely Overgrown with Green Ivy

Located on a busy street behind the Ritz Carlton Hotel Osaka, the facility acts as a place for people commuting to the city to store their bikes. While typical multi-level bike parking structures are drab

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Philadelphia Could Become Even Greener With New Bike Lane Proposal

Philadelphia Could Become Even Greener With New Bike Lane Proposal

Philadelphia is already known as a bike-friendly city, ranking number one in bike commuting per capita in the United States (2011). Perhaps this rank has spurred inspiration for their new city-wide

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(R)Evolutions Per Minute: Crowd-Sourced Cargo Biking Documentary Wants Your Footage!

(R)Evolutions Per Minute: Crowd-Sourced Cargo Biking Documentary Wants Your Footage!

Filmmaker Liz Canning is creating a crowd-sourced documentary on how cargo bikes are changing the way we live, and she wants your footage for her film! Canning always loved to bike, but when she had twins

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