A New Zealand company is offering employees up to $10 if they cycle to and from work. A Christchurch company is offering hard cash to employees who bike to work everyday in a bid to energise staff and move the city away from a reliance on cars.
This morning, I hopped on the trailer for 80 minutes. I did a Spinervals workout and worked up a nice sweat: Gross. My wife works this weekend, but the boys are good watching cartoons for a bit, then turning off the TV to play (and coming down to talk to me if there are any issues). Show More Summary
On biking to work, beating jet lag, and how she uses her lunch hour.
A bag is definitely not just a bag when you’re commuting in all weather conditions, biking to work, carrying a lot of expensive gear and trying to look professional and stay organized all the while. These next-level backpacks, tote bags, duffels and briefcases are full of all kinds of cool features, like built-in solar chargers, …
Alisdair Sinclair hadn’t ridden a bike since he was a kid, and it wasn’t until a Pedal Power employee came to his workplace and gave a talk about riding to work that he thought he would give it a go and he hasn’t looked back. “I started cycling just before I retired 11 years ago. I […]
archiemcphee: Let’s pay a visit to the Department of Exceptional Upcycling and check out the work of Russian sculptor Igor Verniy, who uses scrap metal, silverware, old bike chains and other salvaged materials to create fantastic steampunk and cyberpunk creatures. Show More Summary
Would you wear a virtual reality headset while riding a bike? The answer is no, hopefully, but what about a stationary bike? One Cambridge-based fitness startup, VirZoom, is hoping virtual reality can be the next key to a new fitness craze. Show More Summary
One question, 7 top racers’ answers Training has basically become a racer’s full-time job. Sure, they have to ride a dirt bike a lot and work on technique, but at this extremely competitive level, a racer’s fitness has to be maximized as much as humanly possible. Show More Summary
A bill working its way through the Florida state legislature would stop cities from being able to regulate dockless bikes, letting the Chinese companies behind the bill flood the market. Other bike-sharing companies are wary–and more...Show More Summary
Cyclists take to the streets to get to work, to get fit or purely because it feels great to ride a bike. But boy, do they cop a hiding from motorists. As a South Aussie-expat, this time of year is notorious for one thing. In the shadow...Show More Summary
It doesn't seem to be the free flow of traffic - you know, commerce, trade, buses and people actually trying to get to work: The bike lane is plowed, but the traffic lane isn't. Thank goodness Rahm took out a full lane of traffic against...Show More Summary
It's no joke that gym equipment is teeming with bacteria, and many of these germs can lead to all kinds of infections. And it's not just treadmill and exercise bikes, but dumbbells and barbells, too. Along with all the pesky bacteria, cold and flu viruses can live on hard surfaces (like stainless steel or hard plastic) for up to 24 hours. Show More Summary
Nobody seems to know why Republicans singled out cyclists' benefits.
We ride the All-Japan Factory Suzuki Factory Rider For (Part Of) A Day Photo courtesy of Suzuki How far would you go to ride a true factory works racebike? Would you travel halfway around the world? Spend more than 12 hours in an airplane,...Show More Summary
Ethan Waldman jokes that building and moving into his 200-square-foot house was his mid-midlife crisis. He was just 26 years old and working a desk job he hated when he decided to take a month-long sabbatical to ride his bike across California. Show More Summary
Drawn to the idea of working up a sweat every day, our columnist got a Flywheel bike to try spinning at home.
Between the ages of 21 and 25, I rode my bike around Atlanta's semi-urban sprawl to get to college, work, an internship, the grocery store, and whatever social life I managed. That sometimes worked out to 15 miles a day. My active lifestyle...Show More Summary
Dell and Trek Bikes, among others, are working on building out a supply chain of ocean-bound plastics. You’d be forgiven for thinking there’s nothing remarkable about the plastic packaging trays that hold new laptops inside their cardboard boxes. Show More Summary
Motocross bike Long Haul update “The suspension worked great for my weight and riding ability.” —Cody Johnston Pete Peterson The 2018 Yamaha YZ450F received many changes from the bodywork to the frame design and the addition of electric start. Show More Summary
Following is a transcript of the video. This bike lets you ride on water. The Manta5 is a hydrofoil water bike. It's powered by a 400-watt motor. You can pedal on a river, lake, or ocean. Here's how it works. The hydrofoils let you cut through the water with ease. Show More Summary