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Two wheels good: a beginner's guide to commuting by bike

Keen to avoid overcrowded buses and tubes and arrive to work brimming with endorphins? Here are some tips to cycling to work, safely and stylishly Have you ever noticed how cheerful your cycling colleagues are when they arrive at work...Show More Summary

How to get a momma's "mama-chari" in Japan

The style of bike you will see almost everyone riding to and from the grocery store or work or wherever else people seem to go is the “mama-chari” it is designed for comfort and leisure. These bikes are not meant for speed nor power....Show More Summary

DAAP grad puts 'design doing' into action with new sports lighting system

(University of Cincinnati) Barry Hutzel, University of Cincinnati alum from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP), has worked in design for more than 32 years, from Huffy bikes to an automotive parts manufacturer to a product design studio. Show More Summary

Düsenspeed delivers motorbike performance in retro-inspired e-bike bodies

E-bikes are an attractive option for commuters looking to arrive at work without breaking too much of a sweat, and some companies are starting to offer bikes with performance and range to rival their fossil-fueled counterparts. Swiss...Show More Summary

See the Bard From a Bike + More London Actor Events This Week

You work, you strive, you work some more but sometimes you’ve just got to take some precious “me time” to kick back. Luckily, you’re in London, one of the greatest cities in the world where we like to drink, dance, and watch Shakespeare on bikes. Show More Summary

Goodbye to BikeNoodle

I have said goodbye to BikeNoodle. For 10 months now, it has worked perfectly (except that one time with that Publix truck) in eliminating illegal and aggressive passing by motor vehicles while I was riding my bike in the metro Atlanta suburbs, specifically in the City of Dunwoody, GA. Show More Summary

This water jet bike can fly 40 feet in the air and go up to 25mph

The Jetovator is a water jet bike and it looks like a lot of fun. It has to be tethered to a jet ski to work as it uses the personal water craft's engine to fly. The machine can go up to 40-feet into the air and has a 66-foot long tether...Show More Summary

Edmonds Cyclist Avoids Gas Pump for Daily Commute

Some 20 years ago, Robert Stiles decided to stop using his car for his daily work commute. Instead, he started taking the bus and riding his bike from Edmonds to Seattle each weekday.

Public Works

The head of Public Works in my suburb-city emailed me to ask if he could use this video of mine in a presentation he’s doing at an American Public Works Association conference on retrofitting the suburbs with bike facilities. I saidShow More Summary

Explore Chicago by Divvy with these customized, bike-friendly routes

Divvy bikes have been around for a few years now, but not all Chicagoans have figured out how to harness the power of these little blue bikes. With the warm weather still working in our favor, there’s no better time than the present to make those two-wheelers work for you. To help your planning,...

Bicycle riding in Japan

Katte2Q took a short look at bicycle riding. I used to ride a bike when I very first came to Japan, riding to work perhaps two or three times a week or so, and occasionally going further afield, but then I moved out too far from work, but too close to the station to need […]

Epilogue: "Then She Is an Asshole"

Click to "Look Inside" I am working on the print version of my new book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike (currently instantly downloadable from Amazon globally — see USA link here / global links here ). I am adding an epilogue, and perhaps photos and other bonus material, and I hope to have it out in time for the holiday gift-buying season. Show More Summary

DRPA Approves $7.8 Million Bike Ramp for the Ben Franklin Bridge

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports “The Delaware River Port Authority on Wednesday approved a $7.8 million renovation that will add a bicycle ramp … over the [Benjamin Franklin Bridge]….The work, to be performed by South State Inc., is...Show More Summary

Immerse yourself in 360-degree sound with these Bluetooth speakers

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Some things are better in pairs. For example, you’d rather ride a bike to work than a unicycle. You’d rather wear a pair of pants than be partly naked. Show More Summary

Sick of congested roads, German man swims to work

Fed-up with the grind of taking a bus or bike to work every day on congested streets in Munich, Benjamin David started swimming there instead. The burly beer garden worker now packs his laptop and clothes into a waterproof bag which he puts on his back, dons his wetsuit and slides into the River Isar [...]

No Charges For Truck Driver Who Killed Greenpoint Cyclist Then Drove Away

The NYPD declined to charge the garbage truck driver who struck and killed 27-year-old Neftaly Ramirez as he biked home from work in Greenpoint on the morning of July 22nd. Investigators determined that the driver "didn't realize" he struck Ramirez, according to the NYPD. [ more › ]

German man starts swimming to work because he’s sick of traffic

MUNICH (Reuters) - Fed-up with the grind of taking a bus or bike to work every day on congested streets in Munich, Benjamin David started swimming there instead. Read more...

Tern shrinks down the cargo bike for more convenient urban hauling

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Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer Tern realized a nagging problem afflicting cargo bikes. They're perfect for city centers, where short distances make pedaling the kids to school or carrying groceries home from work plenty practical. But...Show More Summary

10 Montreal Companies Hiring You To Work From Home Right Now

For many people, the most annoying part of the day by far is their daily commute to work. The traffic is horrible, the bike lanes are dangerous and the metros are always shut down.

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