A Holiday Survival Guide by Bike

Like it or not, the holidays are here. As you’re making your lists (and checking them twice), you may think that it’s time to swap out your bike for something with more horsepower. But don’t despair; you can still accomplish all of your holiday tasks by bike.…

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b8ta: Brick and Mortar 2.0

It makes sense that COBI, a product that’s revolutionizing the riding experience, has teamed up with b8ta, a new kind of retailer that’s redefining the in-store purchasing experience. At first glance, it seemed backwards when b8ta, a brick and mortar store for new tech products, opened its doors…

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Top Commuter Bags for Every Cyclist

Looking for the perfect bike bag this day-in-age is no small feat. There are hundreds of companies making backpacks, messenger bags, panniers, touring bags and more. We waded through the options at this year’s Interbike trade show and picked out a few favorites. Timbuk2 Especial Raider Backpack $79 For…

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Innovations in Urban Mobility from Eurobike

The Eurobike bicycle fair in Friedrichshafen, Germany, is not just Europe’s biggest bike show, but is the biggest fair for the cycling industry in the world. Manufacturers, salespeople and cycling enthusiasts from around the globe gather at the Bodensee in south Germany. While the Taiwanese handed out traditional straw…

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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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Get Your Daily Schindelhauer Fix(ie)

It’s a typical work day. The alarm goes off, you do your normal morning routine, sip on a warm, caffeinated beverage and head out the door. You jump on your bike, breath in the fresh air, and set off for work. “It’s just our way of life,” says…

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DIY Bamboo Bikes with Smart Grass Bicycles

Smart Grass is not the typical bike manufacturer. And even though they make unique bamboo bikes, they aren’t typical bamboo bike manufacturers either: they offer bike building workshops so customers can custom build their own bikes and incorporate new smart technologies. Some might think that combining natural elements and…

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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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5 Inspiring Ways Cities are Adapting to Cyclists

Cities around the world are taking big leaps to accommodate cyclists, from connecting 100 km of bike paths in Germany to paying bike commuters in Milan. These five inspiring innovations are changing the way cyclists experience cities, making streets more bike-friendly. How Amsterdam is Building a World for Bikes The…

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Saving Cyclists Everywhere, One Ass at a Time

When you got up this morning it was shaping up to be a beautiful day. The sun was just starting to filter through the trees and peek in the kitchen window as the rich smell of fresh coffee filled the air. Everything was going well as you set out on…

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Inside the Mind of Creative Entrepreneur Paul Budnitz

Who's Paul Budnitz? He’s a creative, an entrepreneur, and a designer whose passion-driven ventures have brought him immense success. He's accomplished more mid-way through his career than most people do in a lifetime. How? By seizing opportunities to invent the world he wants to live in. If it’s…

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