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Foster + Partners reveal plans for new metro system in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Foster + Partners reveal plans for new metro system in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Award-winning architecture firm Foster + Partners has been chosen to create a new city-wide public transportation plan for Jeddah—one of the most vibrant city centres in Saudi Arabia. F+P came out

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Pedal-powered Raht Racer cycle can travel as fast as a car

Pedal-powered Raht Racer cycle can travel as fast as a car

If you love cycling to work, but wish you could get there a bit faster, then the RAHT RACER may be for you. This hybrid vehicle, which has just launched a Kickstarter campaign, amplifies pedal power up to

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James Corner Field Operations unveils plans for 10-mile “Underline” park in Miami

James Corner Field Operations unveils plans for 10-mile “Underline” park in Miami

James Corner Field Operations (JCFO)—the architects behind the New York Highline—have been selected to develop the vision and master plan for a 10-mile linear park dubbed the Miami Underline. The park

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BIG breaks ground on twisting TELUS Sky Tower in Calgary, Canada

BIG breaks ground on twisting TELUS Sky Tower in Calgary, Canada

The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has just broken ground on the TELUS Sky Tower, a twisting landmark for Calgary, Canada, that aims to be the first building in the city to attain LEED Platinum certification.

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EVELO’s Omni Wheel transforms your bicycle into an electric bike in a snap

EVELO’s Omni Wheel transforms your bicycle into an electric bike in a snap

Electric bikes an increasingly popular way to get commuters out of the car and onto a greener mode of transportation—but, the transition comes at a pretty high price. With that in mind electric bike

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The Netherlands Unveils the World’s First Solar Bike Path

The Netherlands Unveils the World’s First Solar Bike Path

The Netherlands has an international reputation as a bike-friendly nation; it's home to some 18 million bicycles and 21,748 miles of bike lanes. Now, an innovative project—SolaRoad—aims to make even

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XploreAir Paravelo: World’s First Flying Bicycle Lifts Off the Ground

XploreAir Paravelo: World’s First Flying Bicycle Lifts Off the Ground

If you love getting some air between you and the ground while doing tricks on your bicycle, then you will love the Paravelo. Designed by two British men who have a passion for both cycling and aviation,

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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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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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Olympic Cyclist’s Bespoke Prefab Sheds Produce So Little Waste it Fits in a Garbage Bag!

Olympic Cyclist’s Bespoke Prefab Sheds Produce So Little Waste it Fits in a Garbage Bag!

Apart from the original shed that still occupies a space in Jeremy and Heather's yard, the couple now have a 16x20 foot workshop that operates as a prototype for the company, which is based in Louisville,

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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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San Francisco to Get its First Raised Bikeway Next Year

San Francisco to Get its First Raised Bikeway Next Year

Think of it as urban cycling with a view: San Francisco’s Mission district will soon be home to the city’s first raised bikeway as early as next year. The project will bring a whole new type of

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Europe is Turning the Iron Curtain Into a Cycling Path to Boost Bike Tourism and Promote Peace

Europe is Turning the Iron Curtain Into a Cycling Path to Boost Bike Tourism and Promote Peace

While East-West tensions are the highest they have been since the Cold War, European Union officials are planning to turn a symbol of that dark period -- the Iron Curtain -- into a bicycle path that will

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Trouble-free Funnell Backpack Ejects a Waterproof Jacket to Protect Cyclists from the Rain

Trouble-free Funnell Backpack Ejects a Waterproof Jacket to Protect Cyclists from the Rain

Cycling is one of the most fun ways to get around a city, but getting drenched in an unexpected downpour can put a damper on anyone's day. Enter Funnell, a backpack with a waterproof jacket that ejects

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Cannondale’s Chainless CERV Concept Bike Transforms as You Ride It!

Cannondale’s Chainless CERV Concept Bike Transforms as You Ride It!

Priority Designs and Cannondale have joined forces to create a cutting-edge concept bike that transforms to change shape as you ride it! Known as the Continuously Ergonomic Race Vehicle (CERV), the

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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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Armadillo: Cool Recycled Plastic Bike Lane Dividers Keep Cyclists Safe on Roads

Armadillo: Cool Recycled Plastic Bike Lane Dividers Keep Cyclists Safe on Roads

UK-based Cyclehoop has found a way to use pieces of recycled plastic to keep cyclists safe on the road. Their clever "Armadillo" lane dividers can be easily installed on roads to divide bike lanes from

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Austrian Designer Upcycles Bike Parts into Faux Hunting Trophy Bicycle Mounts

Austrian Designer Upcycles Bike Parts into Faux Hunting Trophy Bicycle Mounts

Scheiger was in need of a place to hang his bike. He also needed a place to hang all of cycling caps and since he was thinking about it, a place to hang his umbrella. Scheiger has a thing for bicycles, a

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The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

In the United States, two people are killed every day in cycling-related accidents. In a bid to save lives while still encouraging more people to take up two-wheeled transportation, students at 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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NTS Works’ 2×4 Cargo Bike Travels 10,000 Miles on $30 of Electricity

NTS Works’ 2×4 Cargo Bike Travels 10,000 Miles on $30 of Electricity

Described as a vehicle that "rides like a bicycle and works like a pick-up truck," the 2x4 from NTS Works provides an efficient and safe option for urban couriers. The electric cargo bike can carry up to

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Copenhagen Set to Launch World’s Most High-Tech Bike Sharing Program

Copenhagen Set to Launch World’s Most High-Tech Bike Sharing Program

Copenhagen is getting ready to launch an innovative and efficient new bike-sharing program that will offer bikes with GPS-enabled Android tablets! The new equipment will allow commuters to schedule their

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Linus’ New Scout Bicycle Combines Comfort and Style for a Green Ride You’ll Never Want to End

Linus’ New Scout Bicycle Combines Comfort and Style for a Green Ride You’ll Never Want to End

Few vehicles are as perfectly designed for efficient locomotion as the bicycle. And while it only takes wheels and a frame to make a bike, a little attention to style and comfort can create a life-long

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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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High-Tech Levitation Bike Generates Electricity and Acts as a Mobile Hot-Spot

High-Tech Levitation Bike Generates Electricity and Acts as a Mobile Hot-Spot

Designed by architect Michael Strain and his team, Levitation is a concept bike designed to power your smart phone that also acts as a mobile hot-spot with unlimited Wi-Fi access. It has an on-board

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4StrikeBike Can Be Pedalled With Hands and Feet at the Same Time

4StrikeBike Can Be Pedalled With Hands and Feet at the Same Time

The 4StrikeBike features handlebars that double as an extra set of pedals! Designed by Dutch firm TSG Essempio, the bike is a real treat for passionate cyclists, people with back problems and compulsive

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Pietro Russomanno’s BKR Concept Bike Has a Sturdy Wood Frame

Pietro Russomanno’s BKR Concept Bike Has a Sturdy Wood Frame

The BKR is a concept bicycle by Pietro Russomanno with a sturdy, malleable, and elastic wood frame. The bike's skeleton is crafted from plywood with inert rubber gaskets sandwiched in for effect. The

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Uon Lights: Battery-Free Rechargeable Bike Lights Launch on Indiegogo

Uon Lights: Battery-Free Rechargeable Bike Lights Launch on Indiegogo

Uon Lights are rechargeable bicycle lights that increase the visibility of cyclists at night and allow them to signal their intentions to turn. Designed by Singapore-based Tan Yong Kuan and Malvina

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6 Ways Copenhagen Plans to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2025

6 Ways Copenhagen Plans to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2025

Image via Shutterstock 1. Install More Renewable Energy In an interview with Huffington Post, Mayor Jensen briefly outlined his vision for achieving carbon neutrality in Copenhagen by 2025. Not

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