User: flenvcenter Topic: Transportation-Independent
Category: Multi-Modal Transportation :: Bicycles
Last updated: Apr 26 2017 23:48 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Cyclist tells people NOT to ride the Trans Canada Trail 26.4.2017 TreeHugger
With much of the trail following the shoulders of busy highways, Edmund Aunger says the trail is dangerous and should not be promoted as a tourist attraction.
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Riese & Muller's new electric cargo bike offers covered hauling for kids, groceries, and more 20.4.2017 TreeHugger
Transporting one person with minimal gear on a bike is simple, and just about any bicycle can handle it, but if you want to carry kids, a load of groceries, the family dog, or other stuff along with you, a cargo e-bike is the answer.
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British study finds commuting by bike can cut heart disease and cancer 20.4.2017 TreeHugger
Getting on a bike has huge health benefits for everyone
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Canada's Minister of Transport knows a lot about helmets 19.4.2017 TreeHugger
In space, nobody can hear you complain about cyclists.
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Smart urban commuter bike features built-in sensors, navigation, & performance tracking 18.4.2017 TreeHugger
The sleek Vanhawks Valour is a carbon fiber beauty that integrates a 'connected' platform in a bid to reshape urban commuting.
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Sanitov's movE electric cargo trike costs $1595 and can haul 440 pounds 14.4.2017 TreeHugger
Based on the style of a Chinese cargo bike, but incorporating Scandinavian design, this electric tricycle could go a long way toward living a car-free lifestyle.
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Over 130 cyclists to go for heritage ride in Shimla 13.4.2017 Life-style – The Indian Express
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How cycling can change the world 11.4.2017 TreeHugger
This is the future that I want, described in a new book by the Guardian's Peter Walker.
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Bay Area e-bike shop now offers car trade-in program 7.4.2017 TreeHugger
A unique program could make it simpler to replace your car with an e-bike, which is one path to cleaner transportation.
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Clean Air Is A Right For All Urban Citizens 6.4.2017 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris & Chair of C40 Frank Jensen, Lord Mayor of Copenhagen & Vice-Chair of C40 City life has always been associated with foul air. In pre-industrial cities, smoke from thousands of fireplaces blended with the smell of cows, pigs and sheep kept within city limits. Industrialization displaced the livestock, but brought thousands of smoke stacks with it. The post-war era saw urban industry cleaned up and moved to the outskirts of cities, but instead cars, busses and trucks conquered the urban landscape. For decades, leaded gasoline was a fact of life, and the toxic metal ended up in the lungs of children and in the soil of urban gardens. Now the lead is gone, but particle pollution, NOx and noise from millions of internal combustion engines still affect the quality of life and health of our citizens. This needs to change. Half of all people on earth live in cites. We can no longer accept toxic air as part of urban life. It is not just another inconvenience to be tolerated, like ...
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These powerful electric bikes offer a massive dose of old school style 23.3.2017 TreeHugger
If you're looking for an e-bike that blows away pretty much everything else on the market, take a peek at Juicer Bike's electric motorbicycles.
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New study shows that "scofflaw cyclists" don't break the law any more than drivers 21.3.2017 TreeHugger
Everybody's doing it, even the pedestrians. So why do they pick on the people on bikes?
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Recon is offering its 50-mile range MONO electric bike for under $800 18.3.2017 TreeHugger
It must be almost spring, because e-bike campaigns are popping up all over.
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Jetson is mainstreaming e-bikes with its Adventure bike 15.3.2017 TreeHugger
When e-bikes are available through Kohl's and Walmart, perhaps they've become normalized.
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Copenhagen, Striving To Be Carbon-Neutral: Part 1, The Economic Payoffs 14.3.2017 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
“Making environmental sense, makes economic sense.” — Morton Kabell, Copenhagen’s Mayor of Technical and Environmental Affairs Copenhagen’s rapid energy transition creates new jobs, new economic activity, and new businesses. Copenhagen, Denmark— By focusing on reducing carbon emissions and becoming more sustainable, can cities enhance their citizens’ health, well-being, and comfort, while improving their economies? One need not knock on too many doors in Copenhagen’s Town Hall to find city officials who find this proposition self-evident. They point toward a mounting body of evidence indicating that the same policies that protect the climate also improve the capital city’s economy and global competitiveness. Unpretentious in blue jeans and close-cropped blond beard, Morten Kabell, Copenhagen’s Mayor of Technical and Environmental Affairs, clearly enjoys explaining the rapid progress Copenhagen is making toward becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral city by 2025. Global Recognition Copenhagen has ...
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2017 Evoke Urban S is a sub-$10K electric motorcycle with a 124-mile range 14.3.2017 TreeHugger
When an e-bike isn't enough, an entry-level electric motorcycle could be the zero (tailpipe) emission solution for you.
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Ride a Pineapple: Fat tire two-wheeler is essentially an electric moped 10.3.2017 TreeHugger
The Pineapple Bike seems to be following the trend of e-bikes that are more like pedal-able mini-bikes than bicycles.
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Swiss-engineered premium e-bike offers 70-mile range & 28 mph top speed 10.3.2017 TreeHugger
The Stromer ST1 X looks to be geared to the hyperconnected city dweller who wants to ditch the car in favor of a two-wheeled electric transport option.
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Pure Cycles launches its 35-pound Volta electric bicycle, which is "packed with perks" 1.3.2017 TreeHugger
The latest in what seems like a near-constant flood of e-bike launches comes not from a startup, but from a conventional bike company that started out building the ultimate in hip urban transport -- fixed gear bikes.
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Mountain bike pioneer Gary Fisher sees e-bikes as the next big thing 28.2.2017 TreeHugger
Electric bikes offer a number of advantages to occasional and wannabe cyclists, including "uphill flow."
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