Posts tagged bike commute
How do you say, Straßenverkehrszulassungsordnung?

Straßenverkehrszulassungsordnung is the German law that regulates the quality and features of bikes used on public roads (as opposed to those used for sport and recreation). StVZO sets out the functional and safety features of a bicycle, and as a result, most bikes sold in Germany are very high quality. You’ll find these features are standard on many of our bikes in store this year (including ALL the bikes featured on our City Bikes page), making it easy for you to pick a quality bike that comes with all the things you need to start and sustain your everyday bike habit.

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Six Reasons to Start a New Bike Habit, Right Now

We know that the best way to get around campus has always been a bike. A bike is faster than walking, transit, or driving. Not to mention less expensive. You get to move on your own schedule, and get fit while you're doing it. Bikes help you get better grades, too. That jolt of physical activity in the morning is the best thing for your concentration since coffee. Don't take our word for it, though. Here are six great reasons to start a bike habit this fall. 

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