RETREET redefines disaster relief by engaging communities to replant lost trees.
SUNDAY SHOW & TELL vol.42
Have you ever had your bike stolen? Awful, isn't it? A team of engineering students from Chile has designed a bike whose frame is a lock. A novel approach to preventing theft, this bike can't be stolen intact. Check out Yerka Project at the link below.
Recently, The Diane Rehm Show explored issues facing U.S Forests and Trees, both urban and rural. It's a fascinating listen for a post-ride Sunday afternoon.
Speaking of which, why do you ride your bike? Certainly, there are many reasons to do so. Enjoy an inspirational advertisement about just that. It'll being a smile to your face.
YERKA PROJECT (video)
U.S. FORESTS & TREES (podcast)
GET ON YOUR BIKE! (video)
SUNDAY SHOW & TELL vol.32
RETREET is headed to Fort Collins! Stay tuned for pictures, video, and the like for our upcoming excursion. For now, catch up on some of our great posts from the past week:
Marvel at the lengths one Argentinian man went to in order to proclaim his love for the wife he lost 35 years ago. Pedro Martin Ureta has nurtured to life a guitar-shaped forest made up of 7,000 trees that is clearly visible from space.
Take a gander at the fastest bicycle in the world. It barely even looks vehicular!
Check out the Skylock, which promises to revolutionize the way you secure your bike. Bicycle sharing? Crash alerts? Theft warnings? Just a few of the features this awesome invention boasts.
Did you ride your bike to work last week? Share a photo with us in celebration of Bike to Work Day. Also, it's not too late to help us reach our goal of planting 50 trees for those rebuilding in the wake of floods in Evans, CO!