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Commute-Friendly Vello Bike Folds with a Swift Kick

Commute-Friendly Vello Bike Folds with a Swift Kick

There are few who'd deny that a folding bike can be a huge asset for city-dwellers who enjoy cycling around town: not only are they lightweight and portable, but they can be taken onto public transit or

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Enter Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest for a Chance to Win a $848 Vanmoof B6 Bike!

Enter Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest for a Chance to Win a $848 Vanmoof B6 Bike!

The spirits are stirring, the days are getting shorter, and shadows are stretching across the land - which means it's high time to get started on your DIY costume for Inhabitat's 2014 Green Halloween

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Vanmoof’s B6 Bicycle is Perfect for Urban Commuters

Vanmoof’s B6 Bicycle is Perfect for Urban Commuters

Need an extra push to get started with bike commuting? You're in luck: Dutch cycling company Vanmoof just launched their amazing B6 Bicycle in the U.S. With in-built high-powered bike lights and puncture

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Rise of Cycling in Copenhagen

INFOGRAPHIC: The Rise of Cycling in Copenhagen

Bicycle infrastructure in the US is improving, but it still lags far behind Europe's bike capitals - did you know that bicycles outnumber people in Copenhagen? There's even 5 times more bikes than there

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PUBLIC Bikes are Stylish Rides Ideal for the Urban Cyclist

PUBLIC Bikes are Stylish Rides Ideal for the Urban Cyclist

Sturdy and stylish, yet lightweight and efficient, PUBLIC bikes are optimal for city dwellers who like to cycle around town, and for students who prefer a more eco-savvy way to travel around campus. These

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Philippe Starck and Moustache Launch Electric Bikes for Mud, Asphalt, Sand, and Snow!

Philippe Starck and Moustache Launch Electric Bikes for Mud, Asphalt, Sand, and Snow!

Starck is a long-time bike rider and lover of the freedom bikes convey, both physically and mentally, and he first came to know Moustache Bikes as a customer. A collaboration became inevitable and thus,

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Kickstarter for Gorgeous Wooden Bike Grips Helps Fund Social Programs in Haifa

Kickstarter for Gorgeous Wooden Bike Grips Helps Fund Social Programs in Haifa

Nisnas Industries recently launched a Kickstarter for Daily, a new line of affordable wood bike grips designed to feel great and last a lifetime. Available in Maple or Mahogany, the wooden body is press

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7 Ways to Keep Your Eco-Footprint Lower than Your Tuition

7 Ways to Keep Your Eco-Footprint Lower than Your Tuition

It hurts to say it, but summer’s almost over. Soon students around the world are going to be heading back to the accidentally-nod-off-while-studying sleep schedules and caffeine addictions commonly

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Dirty Bike? Put a Sock on It!

Dirty Bike? Put a Sock on It!

Nearly every urban cyclist has had to contend with tire detritus at some point. If you're a city-dwelling bicycle aficionado, you likely know it well: the inevitable sand, mud, and gravel that your bike

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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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Rowan Tindale’s Beautiful Wood Sustrans Bike is Made Entirely from Waste Materials

Rowan Tindale’s Beautiful Wood Sustrans Bike is Made Entirely from Waste Materials

Designer Rowan Tindale teamed up with sustainable transport charity Sustrans to make a bike that is as sustainable to produce as it is to use. The frame is made of wood salvaged from Brighton's sea

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This Universal Bike Can Be Adjusted to Fit Any Body

This Universal Bike Can Be Adjusted to Fit Any Body

A bicycle that fits your body properly is an absolute pleasure to ride, but many people just don't buy the bike that's right for them. Alternately, they'll buy one that's right for their height, but won't

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AeroVelo Unveils Plans to Build the World’s Fastest Bicycle

AeroVelo Unveils Plans to Build the World’s Fastest Bicycle

Canada-based AeroVelo just launched a Kickstarter campaign to build the world's fastest bicycle! Last year, AeroVelo narrowly missed winning the World Human-Powered Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain,

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Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

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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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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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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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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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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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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Camper Bike: A Pedal-Powered RV For One

Camper Bike: A Pedal-Powered RV For One

The pedal powered camper was constructed in April 2008 and is built for one. Attached to a burly tricycle frame made to haul goods, the cab-over easily sits on the back platform. Like a turtle shell this

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Yojiro Oshima’s Beautifully Sculpted Bicycle is Made Almost Entirely From Wood

Yojiro Oshima’s Beautifully Sculpted Bicycle is Made Almost Entirely From Wood

This amazing wooden bicycle was completely hand-crafted by Yojiro Oshima, a design student at the Craft&Industrial Department at Musashino Art University in Tokyo. The wooden bike features a

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The ShareRoller Turns Any Bike Share Cycle Into an Electric Bike

The ShareRoller Turns Any Bike Share Cycle Into an Electric Bike

ShareRoller is a briefcase-shaped DC motor capable of continuously powering a bicycle. The device attaches to the mounting bracket of the front wheel and a thumb throttle links the device to your

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Los Angeles Launches First Bicycle Friendly Business District

Los Angeles Launches First Bicycle Friendly Business District

Los Angeles just launched the city's first Bicycle Friendly Business District (BFBD) in Northeast L.A., and it will serve as a pilot program for a larger citywide initiative in 2015-16. The public-private

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L.A. Artist Handcrafts Luxurious Chandeliers Entirely From Trashed Bike Parts

L.A. Artist Handcrafts Luxurious Chandeliers Entirely From Trashed Bike Parts

Artist Carolina (Caro) Fontoura Alzaga challenges the "necessity for the new" by creating magnificent Victorian style chandeliers from trashed bike parts sourced from local Los Angeles shops. Many of the

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Vintage Bicycles Get Crocheted in Cape Town

Vintage Bicycles Get Crocheted in Cape Town

Whether you want to call it yarn-bombing or guerrilla knitting, this craze has spread across the world in a colorful display of environmentally friendly public art. Isabeau Joubert has done something

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LAST CHANCE: Vote for your Favorite Green Halloween Costume!

LAST CHANCE: Vote for your Favorite Green Halloween Costume!

Today is the LAST DAY of our Green Halloween Costume Contest - and the competition is too close to call! Sprinkle Dirtybottom the baby gnome is currently neck and neck with the Muppet Selves, but Donkey

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Vote for Your Favorite Green Halloween Costume Contest Finalist!

Vote for Your Favorite Green Halloween Costume Contest Finalist!

Heads up trick or treaters! Our Green Halloween Costume Contest drew dozens of creepy, clever and incredibly crafted DIY costumes from across the states - and now that the candy corn is gone it's time to

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Win a Kilo Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Worth $399 in Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Win a Kilo Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Worth $399 in Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Heads up Inhabitants! Halloween may be over but you still have until tonight to submit your DIY costumes into our Green Halloween contest! We asked you to ditch the big box stores and cheesy

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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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