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Iggy Pop the New Face of Unagi Scooters

In August 2021, Unagi Scooters released an advertisement, featuring the Godfather of Punk, Iggy Pop, as the new face of the brand.

Sustainability Report Lifts the Lid on Bike Industry

Most people reading this article would agree that bicycles are a great solution to many of the world’s environmental challenges. But how environmentally friendly is the process of manufacturing, distributing and selling bicycles?

Lime Rolling Out New Products for People with a Disability

New York city residents who use a manual wheelchair may be able to use the Lime app to order a free rental of an attachment that turns it into a power vehicle.

California to Subsidise E-Bike Purchases

California may be the mecca of urban motorways and car culture, but their state government is achieving something that no Australian state has yet managed. California’s latest state budget has allocated US$10 million (A$13.3 million) to help its citizens buy e-bikes.

Paris Takes Further Bold Steps

Paris will soon become even more welcoming to bikes as the city authorities extend the 30km/h speed limit to the whole city. About two-thirds of the city’s streets were already 30kmh limited, but by the end of August 2021 it will apply to all streets except the ring road surrounding Paris and major boulevards and arterials.

Far Fewer Shoppers Come by Car Than Retailers Assume – Study

Retail traders often fear that reducing the amount of urban space made available for parking private vehicles would have a negative effect on their businesses. There have been multiple studies over the years proving that this is not the case. The latest one was just released on 20th July 2021.

Trek Announces Big Plastic Packaging Reductions

Amongst their many positive benefits, bicycles are renowned for their environmental friendliness. So it’s ironic that when you unpack and assemble a new bike, you end up with a huge pile of rubbish, much of it single-use plastic.

UK Further Increases Cycling Infrastructure Funding

One year ago, as we reported here, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced £2 billion (A$3.64 billion) in new funding over the next five years to accelerate the growth of cycling and walking in the UK.

Will This New Tech Solve Key Scooter Share Issues?

Voi is a Swedish based scooter-share operator that claims to be the first and largest in Europe. Like almost all scooter-share companies, it has been growing fast and now has over 500 employees.

London Doubles E-Scooter Trial – With Strict Requirements

Scooter share companies are in competition for rights to operate in various cities around the world. But no licences are more coveted and more potentially lucrative than those of major cities that combine population density, scale, wealth and tourism, such as London, Paris and New York.

Who Will Educate the Police?

Dana Point, California, USA This is a story about the local County Sheriff’s office in Dana Point, California. But...

Lyft Unveils its Latest Share E-Bike

San Francisco, California, USA Lyft may not yet be in Australia, but as it is by far the biggest...

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