bicycles

mind

Biking in New York Traffic Forced Me to Learn to Take Up Space

I'm not “getting in people’s way,” because I have a right to be here, too.
Tiana Reid
7.1.19
Motherboard

Drivers Think Bikers Are Less Than Human, Survey Says

Well, that would explain the road rage.
Julissa Treviño
4.24.19
Malaria

Bicycle Ambulances Helped Cut the Malaria Death Rate in Zambia by 96 Percent

For families living in rural communities, traveling to the nearest health center can be an hours-long trek.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.10.18
inventions

This Bicycle Horn Is LOUD

Cyclists have a new weapon to fight the tyranny of motor vehicles.
Laura Conner
7.19.17
Design

A Glowing Bicycle Path Takes Inspiration from Van Gogh's 'The Starry Night'

Experience 'The Starry Night' on a bike in Holland.
Becky Chung
11.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Bike Lock Is Supposed to Make Thieves Puke if They Cut It

Cyclists may soon start waging chemical warfare on thieves.
Mike Pearl
10.21.16
Luxury Week

Could a $9500 Bicycle Turn Me, a Sad Sack of Flesh, into a Superathlete?

I rode a Tour de France-worthy bicycle for a month to see how fast a normal person could go. Spoiler: Kinda fast!
Derek Mead
9.30.16
feminism

Throwback Thursday: Annie Londonderry, the Self-Promoting Feminist Who Biked Around the World

In 1894, a 24-year-old woman embarked on an around-the-world bicycle ride that captured international attention and defied gender expectations.
Brian Blickenstaff
9.22.16
Photo

Photos of Berlin's Brutal 'Bike War'

Just like Destruction Derby—but with bicycles.
Christophe Gateau, Words by Matern Boeselager
6.30.16
Features

Bicycles: The Most Ingenious Way to Smuggle Migrants

An excerpt from “The Coyote’s Bicycle,” the new book from borderland journalist Kimball Taylor.
Kimball Taylor
3.1.16
Paris

In Photos: Paris Dredges Canal in Hipster Neighborhood, Finds Bicycles, Beer, And a Gun

Workers dredging the historic Canal Saint-Martin to carry out maintenance work have also uncovered several submerged chairs, scooters, and motorbikes — as well as at least one gun, which was quickly seized by police.
Etienne Rouillon
1.6.16
wine

Drunk-Biking Is the Only Way to Tour Argentina's Wine Country

For a century, the vineyards of Mendoza turned out low-quality crap, but in recent years the region has become renowned for producing some of Argentina's best wine.
Carla McKirdy and Tim McKirdy
12.5.15
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