A company specializing in wooden city bikes, recently launched its product line in the City that never sleeps.
With the launch of new programs in New York City, Chicago, and now San Francisco, bike sharing has officially exploded in the U.S.
Convert your regular bicycle into an electrified vehicle without a lot of wiring or stress.
Although made primarily of cardboard, the bicycle is durable, fire and water resistant, and can support more than 300 pounds.
Meet the almost all-wood bike you can order online and build in your living room.
Using an old Shwinn, Peddler’s Creamery gives LA a scoop of human-powered goodness.
Tricycle House is a pedal-powered RV that explores the temporary relationship between people and the land they occupy.
Armed with sophisticated GPS, BikeSpike makes it possible to track your stolen bike in real time, and hopefully recover it.
The Koala Bottle features a unique magnetic ring that helps your bottle hug the bike, no matter where on the frame you place it.
A proposal for a new car-free central campus at Finland’s Aalto University provides a cozy green space for pedestrians while fostering community among students.
The Re-Cycle rejects the throwaway culture in which we’re all entrenched while offering a better way to ride.