cargo bikes

New Cargo Trike Rocks It! (VIDEO)

Cargo bikes and trikes are just starting to catch on in North America, after a long history in Denmark, the Netherlands, and Germany. And now might be a great time to jump in and get one. Copenhagen-based Butchers and Bicycles has created a pretty freakin’ awesome tilt-action cargo trike that looks like it could blow the competition

Winter Bicycling in… Greenland!

  Over on the wonderful, leading bicycle site Copenhagenize, Mikael Colville-Andersen shared some pretty superb pictures of and comments on bicycling in Greenland and other northern countries last month. This one above is just so beautiful to me. Here’s more from Copenhagenize: Greenland is an area we haven’t covered much here on Copenhagenize. We’ve noticed that many

Cargo Bikes, Rio Style

Brazilian Bike Culture The Copacabana neighborhood in the city of Rio de Janeiro is enjoying an upswing economically, as is the whole of Brazil.  The changes are progressively upbeat, integrating a greener travel style. Copacabana’s air is a bit fresher and the sounds of traffic are more naturalistic and harmonious due to the widespread use of

Bikes for Transporting More than People

Bikes that are more than bikes. TreeHugger had two nice posts recently on bikes of the future and bikes of the past that help people transport various things besides people. These are definitely worth a share. As you can see if you are a regular reader here on Planetsave, bikes are a popular topic. Riding

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