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Folding bicycle. Folded Brompton, side view.

Folding bicycle

The 10 Best folding bikes. {1} Brompton H6L Bromptons are pricy, but once you’ve tried one, there’s no going back.

The 10 Best folding bikes

The H-type handlebars on this one mean you can sit upright – perfect for those for whom elegance trumps speed. The mudguards and six gears mean it’s suited to most terrains and weather types. £1080, {2} Raleigh Stowaway 3. Car2go. How it works - nextbike. How to rent a bike To rent a bike, please call the hotline number you will find on the bike.

How it works - nextbike

A computer voice will ask you for the number of the bike you want to rent. After entering this number into your mobile phone you will get the code to open the combination lock on the bike. Please make sure that the calling-number-transmission on your phone is activated. How to return the bike The bikes have to be returned to an official location. Official Locations of the bike sharing system. Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes. We launched a new public bike share scheme on Monday 27 April 2015 as part of our Investment Programme.

Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes

Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes provides 300 public bikes at 30 bike docking stations in the city centre. You can register for annual membership at for only £20. Belfast Bikes offers you a new, low cost, healthy and convenient way to travel for quick trips around the city. Belfast Bikes are used by: residents: to travel to work, go shopping, go somewhere different for lunch or visit friends tourists: to visit the city's attractions students: as a cheap and easy way to travel commuters: to cycle to and from the bus stop, car park or train station to their workplaces Docking station locations View the locations of the docking stations There are currently 30 docking stations. Benefits. Bicing. Bicing is the name of a bicycle sharing system in Barcelona inaugurated on March 22, 2007.


It is similar to the Vélo'v service in Lyon or Vélib' in Paris, and using the same bicycles and stations as used in Stockholm, Oslo, and Zaragoza. Its purpose is to cover the small and medium daily routes within the city in a climate-friendly way, eliminating the pollution, roadway noise, and traffic congestion that motor vehicles create. [citation needed]. Operation[edit] The city council and Clear Channel manage and maintain the system. List of bicycle-sharing systems. This is a list of bicycle-sharing systems.

List of bicycle-sharing systems

By August 2014, more than 600 cities worldwide had a bike-sharing programme,[1] up from 535 systems, in 49 countries, in April 2013 (this included 132 in Spain, 104 in Italy, and 79 in China, for a total fleet of 517,000 bicycles). This is a sharp increase from 2011, when 375 schemes operated 236,000 bikes. In particular, adoption outside Europe increased over that period, up from one system (in Washington D.C.) to around 143, with more than 50 percent of the world fleet in the Asia Pacific region (substantially, China).[2][3] In 2008, there were 213 schemes operating in 14 countries using 73,500 bicycles. Europe[edit] How It Works. The world's first low-cost and open source bike sharing system.

Pibal bicycle by Philippe Starck and Peugeot. French designer Philippe Starck and car company Peugeot have unveiled a prototype bicycle crossed with a scooter, designed for a free cycle scheme in Bordeaux, France.

Pibal bicycle by Philippe Starck and Peugeot

Bolt electric skateboard claimed "world's smallest and lightest" The addition of electric power to the humble skateboard appears to given it a new lease of life.

Bolt electric skateboard claimed "world's smallest and lightest"

Electric skateboards are seen as a legitimate means of getting from A to B and are being designed specifically for that purpose. Behance. Urban Transport - Gizmag. Away from the bright lights and cherry reds of the main Frankfurt Motor Show attractions, in a secondary hall filled with startup companies and electric bicycles, a smaller vehicle design caught our eye as quickly and fully as the all-new shape-shifting Mercedes-Benz Concept IAA.

Urban Transport - Gizmag

It's the INU folding scooter, and it looks a little like some type of wheeled insect. Step inside those wings and you'll find a sleek electric commuter with a smartphone-controlled folding system and other high-tech features. Read More According to Transport for London (TfL), the city's Underground carries 1.2 billion passengers a year over 402 km (250 mi) of track, with some stations handling 89 million passengers annually. That adds up to a fleet of trains covering 76.2 million km (47 million mi) and an energy bill that defines "enormous. " The Hoverboard surfs the streets on a single wheel.

WalkCar electric vehicle is like a laptop that you ride. We've seen some highly-portable electric vehicles before, including diminutive scooters and skateboards.

WalkCar electric vehicle is like a laptop that you ride

Cocoa Motors' new WalkCar, however, makes those gizmos look huge. It's used more or less like a Segway, but it's not much bigger than a laptop. The WalkCar has four tiny wheels, an aluminum body, and is intended to be carried in an included bag when not in use. Steering is achieved by shifting your weight, while acceleration and braking happen automatically when you step on or off. Its top speed is 10 km/h (6.2 mph) and its built-in battery takes three hours to charge via USB, providing a range of 12 km (7.5 miles). Trikelet claims title of world's smallest foldable electric vehicle. Over the past few years we’ve seen no shortage of new electric scooter designs, and prominent among them are those that fold-up to become the ideal urban commuting weapon. Dutch-based Trikelet BV is looking to add to this list with a 3-wheeler billed as the "most compact, foldable electric vehicle in the world. " According to the designers, current prototypes of the Trikelet use a 500-700 W motor to achieve a range of roughly 15 km (9.3 mi), a top speed of 20 km/h (12 mph) and reportedly consume 1 kWh of electricity per 70 km (43.5 mi) under full load.