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350 MPGe Peraves MonoTracer Electric MTE-150 Motorbike Hits the Market

350 MPGe Peraves MonoTracer Electric MTE-150 Motorbike Hits the Market

Here's the ultimate ride for two-wheeled electric speed freaks -  the Peraves MonoTracer MTE-150. A commercial version of the electrified motorbike that took away top X-Prize honors in the alternative

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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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The Crossbow: An Extreme All-Weather Electric Motorbike

The Crossbow: An Extreme All-Weather Electric Motorbike

The Crossbow is an extreme all-weather electric motorbike with a protective windshield that extends overhead. Unlike most two-wheeled motorbikes, the Crossbow features a canopy cover that shields the

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Delta 7′s Awesome Arantix Mountain Bike Frame Weighs Just 2.74lbs!

Delta 7′s Awesome Arantix Mountain Bike Frame Weighs Just 2.74lbs!

Delta 7‘s awesome new Antrix Mountain bike is sure to make any bike enthusiast’s jaw drop. Designed for rugged terrain, this beauty of a bike features a patented IsoTruss carbon fiber and

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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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Compact Bike Helmet by Agence 360 Folds Up to Fit in Your Bag

Compact Bike Helmet by Agence 360 Folds Up to Fit in Your Bag

While cycling is undoubtedly fun and a great way to keep fit, we all know dangerous it can be if you don't take safety precautions -- yet so many cyclists still don't wear their helmets! A common excuse

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House Transportation Bill Slashes Bike and Ped Funding in Favor of Big Oil

House Transportation Bill Slashes Bike and Ped Funding in Favor of Big Oil

The House Transportation Bill will be revealed today, and it already has alternative transportation activists across the country up in arms about the amount of funding being cut for federally mandated

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Benjamin Bullins Crafts a Chic Sink & Vanity from an Old Bike

Benjamin Bullins Crafts a Chic Sink & Vanity from an Old Bike

An old, vintage bike becomes something to primp over in this design that turned a forgotten two-wheeler into a beautifully hand-crafted vanity and sink. Created by New Orleans-based crafter and decorator

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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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M55 Creates Diamond and Gold-Encrusted E-Bikes for the Luxury-Obsessed Cyclist

M55 Creates Diamond and Gold-Encrusted E-Bikes for the Luxury-Obsessed Cyclist

Luxury bicycle manufacturer M55 just tipped the scales of wretched excess by releasing its new Terminus Royal and Terminus Prime line of e-bikes, which can be blinged out with Swarovski crystals,

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Ridekick Electric Trailer Boosts Bike Power Up to 19 Miles Per Hour

Ridekick Electric Trailer Boosts Bike Power Up to 19 Miles Per Hour

“This electric trailer pushes your bike.” That’s the Ridekick tagline for their inventive electric-powered bike trailer designed to make bicycles zoom off at up to 19 miles per hour. The

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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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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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Green-Roofed De Snelbinder Bike Facility Holds 400 Bicycles in The Netherlands

Green-Roofed De Snelbinder Bike Facility Holds 400 Bicycles in The Netherlands

Located behind a shopping arcade the bike parking is neatly tucked in and situated next to a public plaza. Neither standing out nor hiding in the shadows, De Snelbinder makes a strong statement - that it

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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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7 Stylish Bike Safety Lights To Brighten Your Green Ride

7 Stylish Bike Safety Lights To Brighten Your Green Ride

Vespertine Reflective Belt VespertineNYC offers not only stylish reflective belts but also scarves, vests, and other clothing items that create a safe nighttime glow. The belts pictured here cost $36,

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Cornell University’s Big Red Bikes Program Brings Bike Sharing to the Renowned Campus

Cornell University’s Big Red Bikes Program Brings Bike Sharing to the Renowned Campus

In the works since 2008, the student organization Big Red Bikes unleashed 20 bikes in May 2011 that made up the initial fleet for the share program. Six months later, 20 more were added. Hopes are to

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The Horizontal Floaterhoist Lets You Hang Your Bike from the Ceiling!

The Horizontal Floaterhoist Lets You Hang Your Bike from the Ceiling!

Bicycle storage can be a hassle, especially for city dwellers living in tight quarters. But tech guy Andrew Mountain has come up with an awesome storage unit that will take your bike up and out of your

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Seo Young Deok’s Larger-Than-Life Nude Sculptures Are Upcycled From Thousands of Bike Chains

Seo Young Deok’s Larger-Than-Life Nude Sculptures Are Upcycled From Thousands of Bike Chains

Deok is particularly interested to portray the modern human's plight in the context of industrialization. His larger-than-life nude sculptures, painstakingly welded out of used chains, portray sometimes

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Artist Stephen Williams Creates a Quirky Bike from Two Antique Locked Gates

Artist Stephen Williams Creates a Quirky Bike from Two Antique Locked Gates

This unexpected locked-gate bicycle is an awesome invention by artist Stephen Williams. As fanciful as it is fun, the bike is sculpted from a bizarre combination of objects that give a couple of old gates

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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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Toto’s Poop Bike NEO Completes Its 870 Mile Journey Across Japan!

Toto’s Poop Bike NEO Completes Its 870 Mile Journey Across Japan!

We are so excited to learn that the amazing Toilet Bike Neo has completed its poop-powered 870 mile journey across Japan! Earlier this year, top toilet maker Toto unveiled their talking three-wheeled

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CRP Racing Unveil Energica E-Superbike at Italian Motorbike Show

CRP Racing Unveil Energica E-Superbike at Italian Motorbike Show

Electric superbikes enable bikers to travel the roads knowing they are both cool and environmentally friendly. While prototypes have been developed to break speed records, there still isn't a commercial

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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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Antoine Fritsch’s T2O Bamboo Bike is an Electric Eco Cruiser

Antoine Fritsch’s T2O Bamboo Bike is an Electric Eco Cruiser

The T2O is constructed primarily from bamboo, although it integrates cork, steel, and aluminum into its frame. A small motor sits at the hub of its rear wheel, and the battery is hidden away under the

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Valentin Vodev’s Partially Electric Vienna Bike Can Carry a Trunk Load of Groceries

Valentin Vodev’s Partially Electric Vienna Bike Can Carry a Trunk Load of Groceries

On a 3 hour charge, the Vienna Bike can travel as far as 37 miles, according to our friends over at Designboom. This is achieved when traveling at a rate of roughly 13.5 miles an hour, and with good

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The Faraday Electric Bike Goes Incognito With a Classic Look

The Faraday Electric Bike Goes Incognito With a Classic Look

The Faraday was built for the Oregon Manifest design competition, and the design team wanted to keep their cycle's look simple. With a minty fresh paint job, all of the bike's techy pieces are kept

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Nicholas Hanna’s Water Calligraphy Bike Paints Chinese Chracters on Beijing’s Streets

Nicholas Hanna’s Water Calligraphy Bike Paints Chinese Chracters on Beijing’s Streets

Media artist Nicholas Hanna was living in Beijing when he saw people painting Chinese characters on the sidewalks in parks. This form of art, called water calligraphy, gave Hanna the idea to create a

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Oracle Beater: Bike-Powered Paper Mill Turns Invasive Plants Into Paper in Ghana

Oracle Beater: Bike-Powered Paper Mill Turns Invasive Plants Into Paper in Ghana

Mary Hark’s interest in Kumasi, Ghana began with a year-long Fulbright fellowship that allowed her to get to know the local community. She and a team of students, artists and faculty from the Kumasi

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