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Biking to Work: How They Ride in Copenhagen, Berlin, and London

How are folks pedaling along in the different parts of Europe? We asked five people about their experiences with riding their bike, or even their scooter, to work. What advantages and disadvantages does motor-free transport present for them? What’s the ride like in different European metropolises? And how well is cycling supported by employers? Join us in taking inspiration from them and let your car take a well-deserved rest in its garage.

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Office Chair Racing Is Inspired by Formula One

'On your mark, get set, roll!' In June more than 150 people in Japan have taken part in the Grand Prix competition of racing while sitting on office chair. Teams see who can complete the most laps of a 200-meter course during a two-hour span. And the reward for the winners? 90 kg of rice.

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180 Minutes vs. 20 Seconds. How Long Is Your Trip to the Office?

There’s currently a labor shortage in the Czech Republic, so Czechs have never had such a large opportunity to choose their employer and dictate conditions as they do now. Despite this, over a quarter-million Czechs spend over two hours a day commuting. Why? We’ve interviewed two of these “travelers,” as well as someone whose trip from their bed to the office lasts a mere 20 seconds.

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