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This Abandoned Limestone Mine is Now the World’s Largest Indoor Bike Park

With jumps aplenty, this park 100 feet below the surface promises to be a BMXer’s paradise.

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What do you do with more than 300,000 square feet of abandoned limestone mine? Turn it into an indoor (actually, “underground”) bike park, of course.

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Chilean Students Design Unstealable Bike

Prototype would be first of its kind and totally sweet.

Image via Yerka Project's Facebook page.

Three engineering students from Chile have designed what they claim is the world’s first “unstealable bike.” The Yerka Project, currently in the prototype stage, is a bicycle that converts into its own lock. If a thief breaks through the lock, the frame would then be broken, rendering the whole contraption useless to the bike snatcher.

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Bike-Part Vending Machine Arrives in Minneapolis Bike Fixtation Brings Self-Service Bike Repairs to Minneapolis

Minneapolis just got even more bike-friendly: A self-service bike repair station just opened along its highway for bicyclists

Minneapolis was named the country's number one city for biking last year by Bicycling magazine, but the city's bike community isn't resting on its laurels. Looking to make Minneapolis even more welcoming to cyclists, local entrepreneurs recently opened the city's first self-service bicycle repair kiosk, to serve the flat tubes and busted gears of the thousands of cyclists who travel Minneapolis's bike paths each week.

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