Hack a bike

Tuesday, 21 December 2004, 2:30 PM EST

Ever needed to get somewhere quick but you had no car, too late for public transportation and a bicycle could solve your problem? In Berlin and other big cities in germany the german railway company 'Die Bahn' offers a solution with the "Call-A-Bike" service.

Read about the backdoor the CCC put into nearly every 10th bike, which gave them all the free rides we needed.

At the CCC.

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