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France will spend €2 billion to double bike lanes, expand cycling

The French government announced a €2 billion plan to expand cycling infrastructure as part of a broader effort to encourage people to ditch their cars.
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Using a local workspace instead of the office could cut emissions 90%

A new report looked at different scenarios for work, and found that close-to-home spaces had a much smaller carbon footprint.
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Can e-bikes go mainstream?

VanMoof, the Dutch e-bike company taking inspiration from Apple and Tesla, is one of the world’s hottest brands in a bike market remade by the pandemic. Will it help reshape urban transportation?
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Extreme weather challenges bikepackers on the Tour Divide race

The Tour Divide, a bikepacking race from the Canadian Rockies to the U.S. border with Mexico, has always been a test of fortitude. But extreme weather is making it much more dangerous.
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Extreme weather challenges bikepackers on the Tour Divide race

Extreme weather challenges bikepackers on the Tour Divide race

The Tour Divide, a bikepacking race from the Canadian Rockies to the U.S. border with Mexico, has always been a test of fortitude. But extreme weather is making it much more dangerous.
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A bicycle built for transporting cargo takes off

Cargo bikes — which can carry everything from passengers to produce — are increasingly being used in place of greenhouse gas-emitting cars, trucks and vans.
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Farhad Manjoo: Riding a bike in America should not be this dangerous

Farhad Manjoo: Riding a bike in America should not be this dangerous

Bicyclists and pedestrians are dying at alarming rates. Do we have the courage to remake our car-centric streets?
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