Anca Diana Banica

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Linus' New Scout Bicycle Combines Comfort and Style for a Green Ride You'll Never Want to End

Few vehicles are as perfectly designed for efficient locomotion as the bicycle. And while it only takes wheels and a frame to make a bike, a little …

Arthur Conan Doyle

Spinlister, A Service For Borrowing and Renting Out Bicycles

Spinlister is a service that allows people to rent bicycles from other users or list their own bikes for others to borrow. The service, which has …

Bicycling Is Badly In Need Of Some Good P.R.

The world seems to be divided into two camps on bicyclists. People either are bicyclists, and think bicycling is the best thing on earth, or they want to mow down bicyclists for getting in their way.<p>The anti-bicycling camp picked up some steam this summer, when Dorothy Rabinowitz of the <i>Wall Street</i> …

One Shot, Concept Bicycle Folds Into Rolling Case When Not In Use

One Shot is an intriguing bicycle that folds into a compact rolling case when not in use. The bicycle is intended to work seamlessly with rail …

Artists Build Incredible Obelisk Out of Hundreds of Bicycles

California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector recently constructed this incredible towering obelisk made entirely out of bikes on a street corner …

Clip joint: bicycles

Some of the finest film scenes involving that most humble form of transport. Can you think of any other movie scenes involving bikes? Let us know in the comment thread<p>Bikes on screen are about more than getting from A to B. Their physicality and speed allow film-makers to play with the pace and …

Meet Some Haters (and Fans) of Bicycles, Lanes, and Citi Bikes

Having already chronicled the rare beast that is the quintessential New York accent, filmmaker Heather Quinlan decided to tackle a considerably more divisive topic this time around: <b>bicycles</b>. In the 14-minute short <i>Spoke</i>, Quinlan interviews journalists, sanitation workers, lawyers, and more, whose …