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Kawasaki Concept Bike Offers Transformative Vision of the Future

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November 21, 2013
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Kawasaki Motors is turning heads at this year's Tokyo Motor Show with its futuristic, transformable motorcycle, called simply the "J". There are no plans to commercialise the three-wheeled concept vehicle, but the "J" does offer a glimpse into what commuters might be driving in the future. Ben Gruber has more.


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EFE (Aug. 16, 2012) — Israeli entrepreneur Izhar Gafni has built a sturdy cardboard bike that he hopes will revolutionize the field of environment-friendly transportation par excellence, with a production cost of around eight euros. In addition to being cheap, the bike is lite, strong, water resistant and impervious to rust and can support up to 140 kilos.
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Electromobility: E-Bikes as Trendsetters

Electromobility: E-Bikes as Trendsetters

Deutsche Welle (June 16, 2013) — There are around 100 million of them on China's roads already, and now the electric bike is gaining popularity here in Germany as well. E-bikes are powered by an electric engine that runs on a rechargeable battery. At first glance, it appears to be little more than a boon for lazy cyclists, but in reality, the E-bike is gradually promoting awareness and technological expertise in the field of electromobility.
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Report: More Americans Biking To Work Than Ever

Report: More Americans Biking To Work Than Ever

Newsy (May 9, 2014) — The first-of-its-kind study showed a 60% increase in biking to work in the last decade, thanks to an increase in bike lanes and bike trains. Video provided by Newsy
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Paperless Scanner, Vision of the Future

Paperless Scanner, Vision of the Future

AP (May 22, 2013) — It's the ultimate in a paperless future - a scanner that reproduces digitally. Japan's technology giant, Fujitsu, has been showcasing their vision of the future in Tokyo.
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