We've all seen examples of drivers who don't square their turns, instead making left turns that are too tight and cut well into the oncoming driving lanes, making you glad there's nobody approaching to make their own left turns.
A cool opportunity if you want to start a bike company.
The Trocadero Fixie is a disarticulated bicycle from France that pivots on its axis. The creators say that the side-to-side motion creates a "gliding sensation" and tighter turns. Don't want the bike to move? Snap a pin into place and the bike offers a traditional fixed ride.
And Ducati has more in store next month.
Shaeffler's Bio-Hybrid concept combines the benefits of a pedelec with the comfort of a car.
Donkey Republic app offers a new approach to bikesharing. Bikesharing is safer than ownership. PSU develops best practices for protected bike lanes. Oslo's bike-friendly office building is super green.
Despite how ridiculous this thing looks, it also seems like a bit of fun. Could be practical, too. There's even an electric version.
London startup Sparky Automotive is trying to crowdfund an autonomous electric bicycle.
Norway is planning to build 10 bicycle 'super cycleways' that will serve nine cities. They will cost nearly $1 billion.
Ribbon of solar-paneled bike path is indeed generating some electricity, but not enough to justify the investment.
YouTube user Jacob Hughes uploaded a video of his 6-year-old son steering a speeding motorcycle.
The Babel Bike claims to be the safest bicycle in the world. Riders are protected by a safety cage and foot guards. Plus at the rear, there are brake lights and turn signals.