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Tiny Green Roofed Bike Shed in London is Made from Recycled Yogurt Containers

Tiny Green Roofed Bike Shed in London is Made from Recycled Yogurt Containers

The eco shed replaces a boring old B&Q shed at a bike-loving couple's back yard in Camden Town, and it can fit 11 bikes inside. It was constructed from an FSC wooden frame, recycled yogurt carton

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Artists Repurpose SRAM Bike Parts into Fantastical Sculptures to Benefit Charity

Artists Repurpose SRAM Bike Parts into Fantastical Sculptures to Benefit Charity

The SRAM pART Project in Park City, UT is the fourth incarnation of the bike part sculpture charity auction, which was also held in Chicago, New York City, and Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.

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Austrian Designer Upcycles Bicycle Parts to Make Unique Bike Hangers

Austrian Designer Upcycles Bicycle Parts to Make Unique Bike Hangers

Austrian designer Andreas Scheiger has a fetish for cycling. While visiting a bicycle flea market, he thought of a way to turn used bicycle parts into stylish, eco-friendly bike racks in a project he

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Man Attempts 1,200 Mile Journey in Solar-Powered ELF Bike/Car

Man Attempts 1,200 Mile Journey in Solar-Powered ELF Bike/Car

Organic Transit's ELF has grown from a Kickstarter project into an amazing personal transit vehicle, and now a 65-year-old man from Cambridge is attempting to ride the 1,200 miles from Durham, North

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Mission Motorcycles Rolls Out Super Fast R and RS Electric Super Bikes

Mission Motorcycles Rolls Out Super Fast R and RS Electric Super Bikes

Mission Motorcycles just announced that it is rolling out its latest all-electric superbikes - the Mission R and Mission RS. Both motorcycles are now available on reserve at select dealerships, and each

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Rubbee Electric Drive Gives a Boost to Any Pedal-Powered Bike

Rubbee Electric Drive Gives a Boost to Any Pedal-Powered Bike

Today's electric bikes represent a great alternative to traditional pedal-powered bikes, especially when you're traversing a hill or on a hot summer day. The biggest drawback is the larger investment over

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Top 6 Green Bike Accessories for a Safer, More Comfortable Ride

Top 6 Green Bike Accessories for a Safer, More Comfortable Ride

Pixio Solar-Powered Bike Light by Rydon When sharing the road with cars, it's important for cyclists to remain highly visible at all times. Whether it's early morning, twilight, or the dead of night, a

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Project Outfit Is a Series of Modern Mountain Bikes Designed for Paraplegics

Project Outfit Is a Series of Modern Mountain Bikes Designed for Paraplegics

Project Outfit was designed with a broad outlook on the outside world and the goal of recapturing the sense of freedom that comes with being able to move without limitations. The project is the new

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Electrolyte E-Bike Conceals its Electric Parts for a Clean, Traditional Design

Electrolyte E-Bike Conceals its Electric Parts for a Clean, Traditional Design

Electric bikes continue to offer an attractive alternative to traditional human-powered bikes, but one of the big trade-offs is the bulky electric drivetrain that has to be bolted on. The electric motor

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Krystal O’Mara Makes Unique Furniture from Recycled Bike Parts

Krystal O’Mara Makes Unique Furniture from Recycled Bike Parts

When most folks see a rusty bike rotting in a scrapyard, they see little of value, but Krystal O'Mara sees potential. O'Mara is a self-taught artist and craftsman, and she specializes in producing

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Graeme Obree Looks to Break Human-Powered Speed Record with Bike Made from Recycled Materials

Graeme Obree Looks to Break Human-Powered Speed Record with Bike Made from Recycled Materials

Scottish racing cyclist Graeme Obree has made modifications to his supine recumbent, which is made from recycled materials, in a bid to break the human-powered land speed record. Obree made the bike,

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RCA Students Design a Recycled Paper Bike Helmet Strong Enough to Save Your Life

RCA Students Design a Recycled Paper Bike Helmet Strong Enough to Save Your Life

Unbelievable as it sounds, a team of designers has created a strong, durable bike helmet that is made entirely from recycled paper! Royal College of Art students Tom Gottelier, Bobby

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Factor Bikes Claims to Have Produced the World’s Most High-Tech Road Bike

Factor Bikes Claims to Have Produced the World’s Most High-Tech Road Bike

Many avid cyclists outfit their road bikes with ANT+ sensors to keep track of their speed, heart rate and other fitness measures they might want to track. But Factor Bikes' new Vis Vires bike, which the

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Chicago Launches Citywide Divvy Bike Share Program

Chicago Launches Citywide Divvy Bike Share Program

Chicago just launched its new Divvy bike share system on Friday after a two-week delay to address some of the problems New York faced with its new bicycle share program. Priced at just $7 per day for an

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Solar Rydon Pixio Bike Light Stores Sunlight for Safer Cycling at Night

Solar Rydon Pixio Bike Light Stores Sunlight for Safer Cycling at Night

Bike lights are essential for safe cycling at night - but they're prone to breakage, dead batteries, and theft. Dutch company Rydon has developed a green solution to all of these problems with the Pixio,

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Could the Citi Bike System Be Used to Generate Pedal-Powered Energy for NYC?

Could the Citi Bike System Be Used to Generate Pedal-Powered Energy for NYC?

The media has been all over the fact that opportunistic New Yorkers have been using docked Citi Bikes as their own personal exercise machines, but what if all of that pedal power could actually be put to

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DIY: Learn How to Build a Portable Shopping Cart That Attaches to Your Bike

DIY: Learn How to Build a Portable Shopping Cart That Attaches to Your Bike

Berto Aussems got tired of balancing his grocery bags on his bike's handlebars, so he designed this clever eco shopper that can attach to the back of a bike. Versatile, easy to use and transport, the

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BSG Bikes’ Timeless WOOD.b Bikes Are Stylish, Safe and Durable

BSG Bikes’ Timeless WOOD.b Bikes Are Stylish, Safe and Durable

BSG Bikes pairs beech plywood frames with steel parts to give their WOOD.b bikes a classic, architectural quality. The bikes are designed to use standard bike parts like steel Columbus forks and

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Closca Unveils Stylish Urban Bike Helmet That Folds Up for Easy Storage

Closca Unveils Stylish Urban Bike Helmet That Folds Up for Easy Storage

When it comes to bike helmets, safety should of course be the most important consideration. But it doesn't really matter how safe a helmet is if nobody wants to wear it. So Closca has developed a

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Flying Helicopter Hover Bike Takes Off in Prague

Flying Helicopter Hover Bike Takes Off in Prague

If you’ve ever dreamed of levitating out of traffic when cycling to work, your dreams may soon come true. Three Czech companies have joined forces to develop a helicopter/bicycle hybrid, complete with

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Vasileios Roumeliotis Transforms an Old Bike Wheel Into a Beautiful LED Lamp

Vasileios Roumeliotis Transforms an Old Bike Wheel Into a Beautiful LED Lamp

Vasileios Roumeliotis transformed an old bike tire into this beautiful Wheel Light for Roumelight. This lamp is made from a recycled bicycle wheel set on a black glass surface which acts as a canvas,

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San Francisco to Launch Bike-Sharing Pilot Program this Summer

San Francisco to Launch Bike-Sharing Pilot Program this Summer

When transit watchers look back on 2013, they'll remember it as the year of the bike share. Last month, the country watched as New York rolled out Citi Bike to much fanfare (and plenty of grumbling).

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Multifunctional Mobiel Bike Cart Helps Urban Farmers Carry Tools and Produce

Multifunctional Mobiel Bike Cart Helps Urban Farmers Carry Tools and Produce

Inspired by a thriving demographic in Vancouver, Mobiel is a multifunctional cart designed to support the day-to-day needs of commercial urban farmers - people who grow food on a medium to large scale on

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Tokyo’s Eco-Cycle Park Bicycle Elevator Stores 144 Bikes Underground

Tokyo’s Eco-Cycle Park Bicycle Elevator Stores 144 Bikes Underground

Tokyo’s underground bicycle storage system looks more like an elaborate mechanism from a sci-fi movie than a parking lot for cycles. Put into motion with a single push of a button, the Eco Cycle

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Monkey Light Pro Lets You Download and Animate Your Own Bike Wheel Display

Monkey Light Pro Lets You Download and Animate Your Own Bike Wheel Display

Technology has brought bike accessories way past the classic bell-and-handlebar-streamer setup. Monkey Light Pro enables you download and display your own LED animations. The kit consists of four pieces

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Citi Bike Opens to Daily and Weekly Riders in NYC

Citi Bike Opens to Daily and Weekly Riders in NYC

Good news for New Yorkers who've been waiting patiently to take a shiny new Citi Bike for a spin. The city officially opened the bike share program to all riders (it was previously only available to

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Patio Furniture Transforms into DIY Bike-Powered Generator

Patio Furniture Transforms into DIY Bike-Powered Generator

When riding a stationary bicycle, it easy to feel as though you aren't getting anywhere or doing much of anything other than managing a quick workout. The cardio is great, but what if you could capture

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Citi Bike Share Program Officially Launches in New York City

Citi Bike Share Program Officially Launches in New York City

New Yorkers rejoice - NYC's first bicycle sharing program just launched with 6,000 bikes! So far over 10,000 people have signed up to use the brand new Citi Bikes in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and the system

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Chicago Announces Plans to Roll Out “Divvy” Bike-Sharing Program in June

Chicago Announces Plans to Roll Out “Divvy” Bike-Sharing Program in June

Hot on the heels of the launch of New York City's new bike-sharing program, Chicago officials announced this weekend that the Windy City will kick off a bike-sharing program of its own by the end of June.

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163 MPH Rocket-Powered Bike Sets New World Land Speed Record

163 MPH Rocket-Powered Bike Sets New World Land Speed Record

French cyclist François Gissy just strapped a hydrogen peroxide rocket to the frame of his bike and hit a record-breaking top speed of 163 mph! The epic thrill ride took place at abandoned runway in the

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