An initiative in the English town of Milton Keynes, 90 kilometres north-west of London, saves edible food that is no longer saleable from being thrown away and redistributes it to those who need it most. Bosch eBike Systems supports this social project.
Activity and recreation: the perfect combination for many people. That's why more and more people are saddling up on eBikes while on vacation. It keeps you fit and allows you to explore new destinations. An insight into how easy travel can be.
The Heckmair route is considered an absolute classic and covers about 400 kilometres and 13,500 metres of altitude. Is that fun when you've got an eMTB?
The United Nations estimates that two-thirds of the world's population will live in cities by 2050. How will this affect traffic? And what needs to be done to ensure that the growing metropolitan areas are liveable for people? We asked three experts about how mobility is set to change in 10 to 15 years.
A foray with Viennese enjoying their city on two wheels.
Grey on grey is not necessary, thought Fritz Schwärz and Zeno Valenti of Stadtbeet, and they are transforming Vienna's inner courtyards, balconies and roof terraces into green oases. eCargo bikes are used for transport.
Food Connect is a food redistribution initiative based in Milton Keynes, UK. They're using eCargo bikes to share food that would otherwise have gone to waste.
A cycling journey through London to explore the city’s potential towards sustainable urban living & infrastructure, through the eyes and pencil of designer Edward Crooks.
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