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VIDEO: Do Not Try This Jet-Bike At Home

Colin Furze, stuntman and filmmaker, has designed what is possibly the most unsafe bicycle of all-time.

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Colin Furze, stuntman, filmmaker, and current Guinness World Record hold for "Fastest Stroller," has designed what is possibly the most unsafe bicycle of all-time... by attaching a massive pulsejet to it.

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VIDEO: Think Your Work Commute is Long? This Courier Bikes 80+ Miles A Day

Steve Hamilton, a 49-year-old London bicycle courier, clocks almost 22,000 miles a year while weaving between traffic in central London. n

Steve Hamilton, a 49-year-old London bicycle courier, clocks almost 22,000 miles a year while weaving between traffic in central London. The self-employed Hamilton won the "National Courier Award" in 2012 from the U.K.-based Institute of Couriers.

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The Coolest Bike Share System: Hangzhou, China

Hangzhou, China, a city with a population of over 6.77 million people, is home to one of the coolest bike share systems in the world!

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Hangzhou, China, a city with a population of over 6.77 million people, is home to one of the coolest bike share systems in the world. With more than 50,000 bikes and 2,050 bike-share stations that are a thousand feet or less from each other, it's easy to see why biking around here is a popular choice. To top that, the first hour of biking is free!

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All of the Lights: San Francisco Illuminates Night Biking with Free Lights Light Up The Night Brings Free Bike Lights to San Francisco

Let there be (bike) light: Bike advocates get San Francisco to front the bill for thousands of free bike lights.

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'Bike Czar' Nicole Freedman Gets Boston Pedaling

The alternative transit movement gets its (wo)man in city hall.

There’s no denying that oil is on its way out, but the United States has yet to kick its car addiction. In 2009, there were 254,212,610 registered vehicles on U.S. highways. There is, however, a better way to go about your day-to-day commute, and it’s a mode of transport that’s been around since the early 1800s.

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