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Beakor cycling technology

We were just pitched on Instagram to check out these guys. Awesome! BEAKOR is a highly technological device that can be mounted on any bicycle, that provides a set of features never designed or combined before: Powerful Lightning & HD Video Systems, Smartphone’s Connectivity and Social Networks Integration. We’re mostly excited about enhanced safety and the possibility of sharing […]

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In the market for a new bike? Here’s what to look for!

August may seem like an odd time to welcome a new bike into your family, but it’s actually the beginning of the “end of the season” (don’t worry! WE ride all year round!). If you are looking to buy new, August is when you will see current year models go on sale so that shops […]

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CycleChic Manifesto

CycleChic - Bikes&Humans Cooperative

Loving this manifesto so much! – I choose to cycle chic and, at every opportunity, I will choose Style over Speed. – I embrace my responsibility to contribute visually to a more aesthetically pleasing urban landscape. – I am aware that my mere prescence in said urban landscape will inspire others without me being labelled […]

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Humans tell bike stories

What is sexy?

Recently, I’ve read a book about Annie Londonderry, the first woman who cycled the globe in the 1894. Yeah, that was like two centuries ago. American cities were covered in horse shit, in fact, “one New York prognosticator of the 1890s concluded that by 1930 the horse droppings would rise to Manhattan’s third-story windows”. Coca-Cola […]

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Message from Rodney on how cycling helped him lose 70lbs

We find Rodney’s story truly inspiring. He had written this note for all of you who might need some encouragement and with zero editing on our part. Thank you, Rodney, you are a great human. In 2012, I was not happy with my current weight, appearance or health issues. I was at my heaviest weight of […]

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My beater: A love story about a bicycle

“The first bike I had,” he says, “I couldn’t not ride it!…I cycled off down the highway in high tops and swim trunks and I thought I was in the world! I had this sudden freedom …and convenience. It’s a time machine! I didn’t have a car but I could get anywhere on a bike.”

“25 or 65 or 15,” he says, “I have a friend whose 85 and he rides quite a bit. You can be outside of time when you ride a bicycle.”

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Guides & Tips

Which RearViz should I get?

Model Armband Size Medical ID Tag UV Resistant Convex Mirror Plastic Material Compatible with Uni Mount Classic Short and Long Yes 5 Years Yes Flexible Yes Sports ST-35 One size fits all – 2 Years Yes Flexible Yes Slim Line SL-15 One size fits all – – Yes Non-Flexible Yes

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How your balancing electric scooter will not explode

There has been a lot of hype about self-exploding self-balancing electric scooters. Naturally, as distributors of these lovely gadgets form the future we immediately turned to our manufacturer. Why these things explode? Should we take them down?

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Everything you need to know about bamboo bicycles

Everybody knows that bamboo is perhaps the most environmentally sound and socially responsible natural material on the planet, and it’s perfect for bikes. The problem has been that bamboo bikes cost thousands of dollars, putting them well out of reach of most consumers. Not anymore. Greenstar bamboo bikes combine performance with environmental responsibility to deliver a fully functional work of art that actually costs less than […]

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Q&As w Powerful Creators

Q&A w Chevy Solo – Adventurer & Globetrotter

Yakyza Solo - Bikes&Humans Cooperative

Sievituo Chevy a.k.a Yakuza Solo is travelling the world on a bamboo bike he made himself. His mission is to spread the word of Nagaland and human kindness. Reading this you went – NagaWhat?? That’s a legit question. It’s one of the smallest states in India (Kohima is the capital), somewhere between Bhutan, Bangladesh and […]

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Q&A w Selene Yeager – The Iron Lady of Cycling

Selene Yeager - Bikes&Humans Co-Op

If you haven’t heard of Selene yet, it was about time. She has written and co-authored more than two dozen books, is a frequent contributor to Runner’s World, Women’s Health, and Shape magazines and, dishes out training advice monthly as Bicycling magazine’s “FitChick.” Her book, “The Bicycling Big Book of Cycling for Women: Everything You […]

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