Some people believe electric bikes are cheating, but a new study from Europe has found that e-bikes can be just as good as the original thing.
A recent breakthrough in hydrogen storage capacity has been a game-changer for fuel-cell bikes powered by hydrogen, with France leading the way.
New research is pointing to the possibility that young people in Australia and around the world are about to abandon cars in droves.
A Germany politician has proposed that those who ride a bike to work should get an extra day of leave each year. And he makes some pretty good points.
A new Swedish study has found that fitness rates are declining at a dangerous rate, but an active lifestyle can help reverse the trend, and could save your life.
New kerb management technology being tested in Washington DC highlights the end of a 70 year dominance of street kerb space by the parked, private motor car.
Modern technology has breathed new life into a relic of riding from an earlier age — the bottle dynamo is back better than ever in the form of the CadenceX.
A new study has found that e-scooter programs do not reduce the environmental impact of transportation systems, and in most cases increase greenhouse emissions.
A Swedish bike brand and coffee giant Nespresso have taken the love affair between riding bikes and drinking coffee to the next level.
A Texas bike rider recently discovered a handy new use for Strava, using it to spell out a marriage proposal to his then girlfriend, now fiancé.
Recent research in the UK suggests incentives to boost e-bikes are better-value, more equitable and healthier than subsidising the purchase of electric cars.
Electric assisted cargo bike share schemes seem to have hit the sweet spot as people re-think the need to invest in bulky SUVs to move stuff.
The world's largest bicycle parking center, unsurprisingly located in the Netherlands, is nearing completion, housing a world record 12,500 bikes.
The mountain biking community is getting on the front foot and making sure that as well as building trails, they're building environmental goodwill.
Cashed up tech start-ups have been snooping our streets for places to launch their autonomous vehicles, and they like the look of nice car-free bike lanes.
A new study from the UK confirms that active travel, such as bike riding and walking, has a strong positive impact on building a healthy and active nation.
The Italians are planning a new 250km bike tourism route through central Italy, linking Assisi in Umbria to the country's capital, Rome.
In a move to promote the use of e-bikes, the UK Government have refreshed their Ride to Work scheme to abandon the £1,000 limit on purchasing bikes and equipment.
Planning is underway to link up a continuous 6000 kilometre trail across the US. The Great American Rail Trail will link up more than 125 existing trails across the country.
Amsterdam, London and Oslo are the latest to push forward with plans to reduce car dependency and boost public and active transport.