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Articles tagged “cycling”

Rail

The nation’s largest bike share is finally starting in New York City

Will the hard-knock daily commuting reputation of New York City soften with this bike share program? It will be an evolving process, at best.

The nation’s largest bike share is finally starting in New York City

Business Travel

Cycling is the new golf: Business travel industry, are you listening?

Golf and golf courses have been a mainstay of business travel industry, but are they looking at alternatives like building cycling programs? Some like Kimpton, Fairmont and a few boutiques are looking at early experiments.

Cycling is the new golf: Business travel industry, are you listening?

Media and PR

New magazine watch: For the love of bicycle travels

For all the talk of digital and social, long-form text mixed with gorgeous photos still work very well in travel, especially for the creative promise of deeper travel.

New magazine watch: For the love of bicycle travels

Rail

London mayor copies the Dutch and plans 15-mile bike route around capital

Unlike previously controversial tourism projects like the Olympics and third runway debate, tourists and locals can get behind a bike-only track with everyday practicality and tourism benefits.

London mayor copies the Dutch and plans 15-mile bike route around capital

Media and PR

Round-the-world travel bloggers killed in Thailand road accident

Round-the-world travel bloggers killed in Thailand road accident

Tourism

The cycling race that nobody knows about: Tour du Rwanda boosts sports tourism in Africa

One major sports event can turn an entire country into a destination for athletes looking to train in testing conditions.

Rental Cars

The U.S.’s bike share programs just keep getting better

Despite setbacks in New York City -- which will be the largest maket in the U.S. -- there's enthusiasm, technology, and funding to keep the movement rolling.

Tourism

France plans on capitalizing on the multi-billion-dollar trend surrounding cycle tourism

Experts are convening next week to chat about the economic benefits expected from an estimated 2.295 billion trips taking place in Europe, and there’s no location more appropriate for the summit than France.

France plans on capitalizing on the multi-billion-dollar trend surrounding cycle tourism

Rail

SkyCycle concept puts bikes above London streets for less congestion, better views

Making urban cycling both easier and safer is never a bad idea, but the logistics of elevated thruways makes the routes less about day-to-day movement and more a leisure pursuit.

Rental Cars

The latest Airbnb of something is Splinster, the you-know-what of bikes

The startup is starting in New York City and San Francisco two cities which, despite all their similarities, are vastly different when it comes to two wheels. Luckily, it has a head start in New York before the city-wide share program kicks in this coming spring.