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.
South Korea builds a 20-mile, solar-powered bike line down the middle of a highway.
Consumer Reports' 2015 motorcycle study still finds Japanese brands to be the most dependable, but riders have the most love for American models from Victory and Harley-Davidson.
Volvo has partnered with a UK advertising agency and the company Albedo 100 to create LifePaint. It's a reflective spray designed for bicyclists that makes them shine when hit with light at night. The company is handing out 2,000 cans in hopes of keeping cyclists safe.
Car2go adds bike racks to about half of its Smart ForTwo fleet in Portland.
A British woman struck a teenage bicyclist but refused to stop because she feared the bloodied boy would upset her children.
Forget FEMA. Portland, Oregon's relief – if and when the Big One hits – might just come in the form of an army of bike riders. Most likely fueled by caffeine rations.
Keys and combinations are for your old man. Skylock brings your bike lock into the digital age, which actually is more exciting and practical than it sounds. This solar-powered U-lock claims to be "as strong as any lock on the market," and features levels of connectivity that add a lot of versatility to what used to just be a thing to keep your bike from getti
Can you imagine how uncomfortable it would be to drive a car without a suspension? Now, think about being stuck like that everyday. That is the situation for many people in wheelchairs. A company from Israel has come up with an ingenious solution that goes on sale later this year, though. The Softwheel combines a suspension and wheel into a single unit.
This is the Yamaha Tricity, a weird, three-wheeled scooter that seems to think it's a sport bike. When parked, it looks more or less like you're average scooter, but thanks to a front axle that can keep the front wheels parallel, like past offerings from Piaggio, this scooter is able to lean through turns while remaining stable when riding straight.
Frequent cyclists know that cars are among of the biggest dangers on the road. Many of drivers aren't very good at sharing the road, and that's exactly the case with this pickup driver. To make matters worse, its payload isn't even properly strapped down. However, that might have saved this rider. It gave him the one-in-a-million shot of getting knocked off his bike one moment and a split-second later lying on a mattress.