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Cycling delivers on Global Goals

29th May 2018

In September 2015, a new set of Sustainable Development Goals was adopted by the United Nations. It's aim is to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. As sustainable mode of transportation and healthy daily activity, cycling can play a significant part in achieving these goals. Around two billion bikes are being used globally at the moment, with the expectation that this amount will rise to five billion in 2050. Investment in better conditions for cycling as mode of transportation seems therefore of critical importance. Even more as, according to World Cyclists Alliance, cycling is directly linked to help achieve 11 of the 17 Global Goals. This by being a simple, sustainable, and affordable mode of transport offering all different kinds of opportunities and access. Read below the overview of the 11 Global Goals cycling will contribute to:

Battery golden rules

28th May 2018
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The life of a battery is particularly influenced by the nature and duration of the use. All lithium-ion batteries age naturally, even when not being used.