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Facebook Introduces iBike Feature
All the cool kids are doing it. The social networking giant Facebook has added a new feature that lets cyclists show off their wheels and communicate with fellow riders throughout the world. The iBike application, developed by San Francisco cyclist Adam Roth, has helped to create an online community of cyclists, from commuters to Spandex-clad speed racers. Users can proudly display photos of their beloved bikes, or sell them off to other users. Discussion boards abound, so you can seek advice on how to fix a flat or buy the best, burglar-proof bike lock, or “rant or rave about bike culture.” Users can also report the results of killer rides, and arrange to meet up with area cyclists for group rides, races, and quick spins around town. I’m psyched to see such an all-powerful social media source promoting cycling and bike commuting. Considering that Facebook caters to a younger crowd, maybe it’s sign that the hipster generation is ever more green than their gas-hogging predecessors.
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