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25 years of two-wheeled tech

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / A bike of roughly the same vintage as the author's.
We tend to think of technology as something that moves electrons around. But I'm going to take a little diversion into technology that is used to move us around (and yes, our electrons as well, you pedants). The humble bicycle has been in existence for roughly two centuries, and the general outlines of what we use today were in place by the early 1900s, so you'd be forgiven for thinking that not much has changed. I certainly hadn't given it much thought.
I had to reevaluate that view when, in an effort to get more exercise, I...
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