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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The European Two-Wheeled Revolution

Out on the roads cars are sitting bumper to bumper; traffic is moving slowly, to say the least. At times like these bicycles offer one thing above all else: freedom. Cyclists are able to skillfully weave their way through the gridlocked traffic and decide for themselves how quickly they want…

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Detroit Bikes: Reinventing the Motor City

What comes to mind when you hear the name Detroit? For many, it’s synonymous with the automobile and evokes images of the golden age of cars, when big, new vehicles rolled off the General Motors assembly lines by the thousands and union workers were promised the prosperity of the…

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Modern Meets Vintage on Viva Bikes

It’s no simple task for a bike brand to stand out in cycle-centric Copenhagen. With deep roots in cycling and Scandinavian design principles, Viva Bikes rises above the rest with painstaking attention to details and unique designs to create an elegantly modern ride with a vintage flair. Founded by…

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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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