What are the countries that have built the first fast roads for bicycles? Holland, Denmark, Germany, South Korea, England: these are the five nations that have invested in sustainable mobility even on medium to long distances.
The Barcelona urban mobility plan is to invest heavily on mobility by bicycle: 32 million euros to rise from 116 to 308 kilometers of bicycle paths.
The Danish town of Aarhus is testing the green wave for cyclists. Practically, people traveling by bicycle can trigger the green while reaching intersections without stop pedaling.
Most of us lead a life that revolves around work. The average US worker, for example, clocks 47 hours a week, and when you add the time we spend commuting, another five to 10 hours,
Mission accomplished for the ultracycler who left Milan riding her bike to deliver the ten thousand signatures in the Norwegian capital city to nominate the bicycle for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Just two days left to the arrival of Paola in Oslo, where she will nominate the bicycle as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize. We got in touch with her to know how the trip is going.
On January 16th, from the RAI headquarters in Milan, the new adventure of Paola Gianotti will kick off. The athlete will reach Oslo
From Istanbul to Ivrea -almost- in one go. Paola Gianotti’s world tour is drawing to an end, with many memories filling your heart, the longing to go back home,
The sustainable mobility is a very recent topic: in order to contain the harmful emissions in the atmosphere
Four hundred and fifty kilometres from Ville Lumière to the shores in front of the Channel, through a breathtaking scenery, leading to one of the most suggestive location in France: the island of Mont Saint-Michel