Smart Routes for Smart Bikes

Find exciting new routes in your very own city, experience unique trails in the mountains or get to know your entire region from a whole new perspective. Komoot, the most popular outdoor route-planning app in Europe, enables you to discover new routes every day. As of right now, all Komoot…

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The Best Way to Explore Hidden Places

A mirrored dance hall with heavy, red velvet curtains; a child-friendly café in an amateur improvisation theatre with the best petits fours in town; or a trashy amusement arcade that offers jazz concerts on weekends: every city has them - extraordinary places that suit you perfectly, usually only found by…

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Cycling Back in Time: Cuba by Bike

Cuba is mostly flat, right? How long is the entire country? I could bike the whole thing in 10 days – wait no that’s something like 1,200 km. Okay backtrack, should we bring our own bikes or can we rent bikes there? These are just a few of the…

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New York City: A Biker Mecca on the Rise

For the average New Yorker, the morning commute is the worst part of their day. For Sam Polcer, it’s the best part. Polcer is a born-and-raised New Yorker who knows a thing or two about cycling the streets and alleyways of America’s largest city. Aside from being an…

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Bikes and Beer: The Hopworks BikeBar

We travelled to the Hopworks BikeBar in Portland, Oregon to see how perfectly a pair of local favorites—biking and breweries—can come together so perfectly to create something that stretches far beyond tires and taps. Scattered above the BikeBar at Hopworks Brewery in Portland, Oregon is a wide array…

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Join the Movement: Behind the Scenes with COBI

After months of planning, tracking down an award-winning director and many laborious weeks of preparation,COBI's second film was finally coming together in a quick 24 hours of filming. The call time was set for the early morning, long before the sun touched down on Berlin’s streets. COBI isn’…

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PeopleForBikes Connects the Dots with The Big Jump

Imagine a US city where one bike lane leads to the next, connecting communities while making cycling more accessible and attractive to all. Bike lanes are a common occurrence in places like Denmark and the Netherlands but have only recently arrived on US soil. Thanks to PeopleforBikes and their Green…

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Unlock Any Bike in the World with Spinlister

Discovering the best coffee shops, stumbling upon mind-bending wall art, or crossing an iconic bridge by bike are a few joys of pedaling your way through a new place. Seeing the world on two wheels allows quick and nimble mobility while keeping you at the helm of your steed. For…

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The Unfiltered Joy of Riding a Pure Fix

Leaving the car behind, jumping on a bike and feeling the wind in your hair are a few of the simple joys that inspired Pure Fix Cycles. Jordan Schau co-founded Pure Fix in LA with his brother and their two close friends. The goal was to celebrate all of the…

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