Last year we saw an amazing bicycle that had been hacked so that it could change height on-the-fly. Like this:
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I could not deduce how it worked, but Rachel over at Rako Bikes figured it out--and even made an Instructable showing you how to build your own. You'll need a way to cut metal, access to a welder and a budget for some basic bike parts and tools--and, of course, a full-suspension mountain bike you're willing to hack up--but she makes it look pretty do-able.
One of our favorite things to publish are photo galleries from events we attend and site visits we take through the year. Here's a collection of our favorite photos from our travels this year. Click through to catch up on any of the events you didn't get a chance to
The field of transportation covers a lot of ground, and offers a lot of opportunity for designers. Technology, manufacturing, concepts, classic styling, craftsmanship and stunning visuals are just a few of the aspects up for debate and discussion. The impact of transportation on the environment adds a level of urgency
Two things that can contribute to increasing bike ridership: Ease of storage and personal safety. Here are some of the strides (and setbacks?) made in both categories this year. Bike Storage Utrecht's new, space-efficient three-level bicycle parking facility is a great example of how to fit a lot of bicycles
While everyone seems obsessed with autonomous cars, bicycles are still the most relevant and sustainable transportation form for millions. Here are the best pedal-powered innovations we saw this year. Most bicycles have two wheels, but the Conference Bicycle has three. That's because it supports seven riders at once! If you'd