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Been a bit busy lately, with bicycle advocacy, food research, travel and life, so new additions to this blog have been sparse. You can keep up to date with my world by (free) subscribing to my iPaper – foodieonabike daily/read … Continue reading

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By Guillaume Blanchet. After 382 days spent riding through the streets of Montreal, being sometimes quite cold, sometimes quite hot –  and sometimes quite scared, he dedicates this movie to Yves Blanchet 🙂

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Alien takes control of a bicycle, endangering a child!

Across the Moon – E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (7/10) Movie CLIP (1982). E.T. elevates the bicycle and takes Elliott (Henry Thomas) on a ride through the nighttime sky on a bicycle.

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Entrepreneurial inventor seeks support for bike invention

Award winning inventor Alejandro Lacreu wants to solve the problem of storing bikes in tight spaces.  He not only has a good idea for a solution, but also a good idea to attract supportive ‘investors’ to help finance his dream … Continue reading

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Melbourne Bike Share, iTech

Melbourne bike share tech gizmos. A new iPhone app, Spotcycle, for 3G phones and developed by bixi, allows you to check where the bikeshare stations are, find the closest one to you, confirm if there is a bike or a parking … Continue reading

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Google Street View in Japan powered by bicycle

Google MapsStreet View, a 360-degree panoramic view from the pedestrian areas around the world, so that services can be seen walking down the street though. Street View Google Earth and Google Mobile are also available from the map. Street through … Continue reading

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