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Kilo Glow: Brilliant Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Frame Helps Keep Cyclists Safe at Night

Kilo Glow: Brilliant Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Frame Helps Keep Cyclists Safe at Night

The days are growing shorter and winter is on the way — this means many bike commuters and casual cyclists will be spending more time riding after dark. If you're a cyclist who worries about visibility

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More Bikes Were Sold Than Cars Last Year in 23 European Countries!

More Bikes Were Sold Than Cars Last Year in 23 European Countries!

Bicycle photo from Shutterstock The bicycle and the automobile were invented in Germany, so the European love affair with both modes of transportation goes back a long time. However last year bike

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NL Architects Turn Shipping Containers into Temporary Industrial Chic Train Station

NL Architects Turn Shipping Containers into Temporary Industrial Chic Train Station

Everyone knows that taking public transportation can sometimes take longer than going by car. According to surveys, however, where you wait can make a big difference--if the place feels unsafe or

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Japanese Shipwright Sueshiro Sano Creates Stunning Wooden Bicycles

Japanese Shipwright Sueshiro Sano Creates Stunning Wooden Bicycles

Tokyo-based Sueshiro Sano comes from a long legacy of shipwrights - however he’s using his skills to design and produce beautiful bespoke wooden bicycles. Sano’s bicycles are crafted from Honduran

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Darby Bicheno’s Head-Turning Scooter Concept Features a Sleek Bamboo Body

Darby Bicheno’s Head-Turning Scooter Concept Features a Sleek Bamboo Body

Designed around EngineAir Australia's compressed air-powered rotary engine, this concept scooter was developed as a part of a 3rd year studio project by Darby Bicheno at RMIT University in Melbourne,

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E-Velocipede: Electric Version of World’s First Bicycle Rides Like it’s 1865

E-Velocipede: Electric Version of World’s First Bicycle Rides Like it’s 1865

E-Velocipede "Concept 1865" bicycle is propelled by a 250W electric drive integrated within the rear wheel. A rechargeable battery is integrated into the saddle, and at the end of the day riders can

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Green Sweetwater Spectrum Housing Helps Adults with Autism Gain Independence

Green Sweetwater Spectrum Housing Helps Adults with Autism Gain Independence

Sweetwater Spectrum is a new housing development designed expressly for autistic adults as a safe home that can offer them a purpose and develop more independence. The 2.8 acre site is just a few blocks

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Futuristic LED-Lit Hovenring Bicycle Path Hovers Over Car Traffic in Veldhoven

Futuristic LED-Lit Hovenring Bicycle Path Hovers Over Car Traffic in Veldhoven

Now separated from the car traffic below, bicyclists can enjoy the freedom and peace of mind to travel comfortably. The roundabout below the Hovenring is a major intersection along the A2 highway, one of

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Is Google Secretly Building a Floating Data Center in the San Francisco Bay?

Is Google Secretly Building a Floating Data Center in the San Francisco Bay?

There’s something strange happening in the San Francisco Bay, and it seems to involve Google and a giant barge made out of shipping containers. Google has never been shy about chasing audacious new

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Cricket Silent Bike Alarm Alerts Your iPhone to Prevent Theft

Cricket Silent Bike Alarm Alerts Your iPhone to Prevent Theft

A new silent alarm could make bicycle theft a thing of the past. The Cricket works in a similar way to standard security alarms, except it is combined with a free iPhone app. If anyone touches or moves

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Cocoon-Like Czech Garden House is Wrapped in a Waterproof Tensile Canopy

Cocoon-Like Czech Garden House is Wrapped in a Waterproof Tensile Canopy

The Czech garden home looks much like a caterpillar crawling down the hill looking to access the lake. Its unique shape comes from matching two sturdy black cubes and a curved tensile roof. The organic

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1940′s U-Boat Hall Converted into RS + Yellow Furniture Outlet in Hannover

1940′s U-Boat Hall Converted into RS + Yellow Furniture Outlet in Hannover

The Hanomag U-Boat Hall was completed in 1944 at the tail end of WW II, and it was never used for armament production. (Its location in Hannover away from the coast is curious and does not seem logical

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Dazzling STARPATH Pavement Lights Up the Night With Stored Solar Energy

Dazzling STARPATH Pavement Lights Up the Night With Stored Solar Energy

UK-based company Pro-Teq has developed a glow-in-the-dark product called "STARPATH" that can be applied to virtually any pavement surface to provide energy-free lighting once night falls. The material

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Awesome All-Electric Batpod Motorcycle is Up for Sale on eBay!

Awesome All-Electric Batpod Motorcycle is Up for Sale on eBay!

Have you ever wondered where Batman gets his wonderful toys - and wished that you could buy them yourself? Well, you don't need the budget of a reclusive billionaire to buy your own Batpod, because one

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FlyKly Smart Wheel Snaps Onto Any Bike to Give it an Electric Boost

FlyKly Smart Wheel Snaps Onto Any Bike to Give it an Electric Boost

Lots of people would love to bike to work. Or school, or the theater. Pedaling your way around town is a great way to burn calories and curb carbon emissions. Unfortunately, the trade off is a lot of

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Dutch City Boasts Three Times as Many Bikes as Cars!

Dutch City Boasts Three Times as Many Bikes as Cars!

The ancient university town of Groningen in the north of the Netherlands is one of the world's most bicycle-friendly cities. Groningen boasts around 300,000 bikes and only 75,000 cars, and it's a model

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Yves Behar’s New Centro Tower Brings Sustainability and Walkable Urbanism to Downtown Miami

Yves Behar’s New Centro Tower Brings Sustainability and Walkable Urbanism to Downtown Miami

With 352 units and dramatic 10-foot ceilings, The Centro swaps floors of lifeless gray parking for spacious lofts and a lower overall carbon footprint. In lieu of a built-in parking garage, residents will

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“Professor Dumpster” to Live Out of a Texas Garbage Can for an Entire Year

“Professor Dumpster” to Live Out of a Texas Garbage Can for an Entire Year

What makes a home? Four walls and a roof? Some nice furnishings? Maybe some indoor plumbing? For Dr. Jeff Wilson, an environmental science professor in Texas, a home can be made in something as

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How 7 Smart Technologies are Tackling New World Problems

How 7 Smart Technologies are Tackling New World Problems

3D Printing 3D printing lets anyone make just about anything from nick nacks to full-size rooms. While the novelty is certainly there, 3D printing is also a technology that's starting to make a

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Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

If you liked Ai Weiwei’s incredible Forever Bicycles installation at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) in 2011, its recreation for this year’s La Nuit Blanche all-night culture festival in Toronto

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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Really Loves to Citi Bike (PHOTOS)

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Really Loves to Citi Bike (PHOTOS)

By now, it's no secret that Leonardo DiCaprio is an avid Citi Biker. The superstar has been photographed riding all around Manhattan on the blue bikes, and Inhabitat even saw him about to embark on a ride

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Man Invents ‘Water Bicycle’ to Commute Across the San Francisco Bay

Man Invents ‘Water Bicycle’ to Commute Across the San Francisco Bay

When Judah Schiller discovered that the new portion of the Bay Bridge bike path in San Francisco would only go halfway across, he decided to adapt his own bike to get to work - on water! With previous

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BOOK REVIEW: $20 per Gallon

BOOK REVIEW: $20 per Gallon

We have to admit that when we saw the title of Christopher Steiner's book, we scoffed a bit. Twenty dollars per a gallon of gas seems like an outrageous, unfathomable price, even when you're a believer in

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HEROBike Builds a Beautiful New Bicycle from Carbon Fiber and Bamboo

HEROBike Builds a Beautiful New Bicycle from Carbon Fiber and Bamboo

HERObike, a non-profit initiative in Greensboro, Alabama, is designing and manufacturing bikes made from locally sourced bamboo. After partnering with Inhabitat favorite Bamboo Bike Studio, the

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Capital Bikeshare Expands to Montgomery County, Maryland [PHOTOS]

Capital Bikeshare Expands to Montgomery County, Maryland [PHOTOS]

"These little red bikes are a great symbol of change. You can see them in cities all across this country and now they're here in Montgomery County," said County Council member Hans Riemer (D-At Large).

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Google Glass App Helps Citi Bike Riders Get Hands-Free Directions and Info

Google Glass App Helps Citi Bike Riders Get Hands-Free Directions and Info

A new Google Glass app is helping to elevate NYC's already futuristic Citi Bike bike share program. Developed by R/GA Prototype Studio, the app allows riders to access info and directions right on their

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High School Students Build Amazing 849 MPG Car to Win AutoZone Challenge

High School Students Build Amazing 849 MPG Car to Win AutoZone Challenge

Would you believe a few high school students from Indiana just built a car that’s more fuel efficient than anything on the road today? A group of students from Mater Dei High School in Evansville made a

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iPhone-controlled Xkuty One Electric Bike Calls for Help in Emergencies

iPhone-controlled Xkuty One Electric Bike Calls for Help in Emergencies

Remember when telephones were strictly used for making phone calls? Now smart phones are used to control everything from small homes to this awesome new Xkuty One electric bike. Electric Mobility

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South Korea’s Suwon City Goes Car-Free for the EcoMobility World Festival

South Korea’s Suwon City Goes Car-Free for the EcoMobility World Festival

Imagine that all the cars in your neighborhood were simply taken away and replaced with green alternatives. Living without fossil-fueled motor vehicles might seem beyond the realm of possibility, but the

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VIDEO: See a BMX Master Perform Sick Stunts on a 40-lb. Citi Bike

VIDEO: See a BMX Master Perform Sick Stunts on a 40-lb. Citi Bike

By now, you've probably seen Citi Bikes being used in numerous ways - as exercise machines, chairs and even as regular old bikes. But Animal New York recently set out to show a more agile side of the

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