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The metamorphosis of a contemporary city
American street and fashion photographer Saul Leiter captured the sidewalks and windowfronts like no other.
A sharp eye, a master of reflections, a delightful wanderer, he truly revealed the elegance and mystery of the New York streets.
Electric scooters symbolise the soft-mobility of tomorrow. A wondrously fluid world. Yet this little gem of urban travel reveals the flaws of a self-absorbed society
The human sense of direction is a muscle that urban nomads need to exercise, just like their calf muscles. A scientific study took a look at the brains of London taxi drivers - specifically an area called the hippocampus - to prove it...
We know metro lines, bus lines… but there are also desire lines. A wonderful, poetic name to describe the shortcuts unforeseen by urban planning. These lines disregard intended trajectories and redesign the city with every step.
Scientist Wladimir Peter Köppen invented a classification of the climates to forecast the weather which are still used today. It is no wonder his name is in ours....
On a bike, and even on a scooter, helmets are evolving and changing to become more resistant, lighter, more stylish... so that you can ride without a thought for your head.
An Urbex session in the heart of Paris? Urban exploration enthusiasts describe the adventures that take them away from the nine-to-five grind of daily city life. Discover a sport that embodies the same values as Köppencap: freedom of movement and conscious observation of our environment.
Women, who are more cautious than men when riding a bike, are more likely to avoid accidents than their male counterparts. However, fewer women than men pedal in the city; yet the trend is changing... Eco-mobility for all!
Easily transport children, heavy loads or even shopping ? It is possible thanks to the cargo bike… the SUV of eco-mobility
 Even if it has been proven that mobility equals health, human beings tend to give in to laziness. Several researchers have proven that today’s human being in rich countries does not spend enough energy on a daily basis. 
Cycling commuters ride to work every day. They share tips and experiences on social media. They pedal useful, to live better!
Northern Europe, cycling world champion? It is a cliché, yet it is true!
The Netherlands are even the pioneers of the game.
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