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Bikes and Beer: A Few of My Favorite Things

Tweet New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins, Colorado has always had a special connection with the world of bicycles. They’ve worked closely with bicycle advocacy groups over the years, raising millions for bike non-profits with their Tour de Fat bicycle carnival. They even hosted an inaugural Bike Summit at their brewery this year to bring together nonprofits from across […]
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Great Reasons to Ride

Tweet We all know that riding a bike is good for our health, good for the environment, and helps save money. Check out this video – wouldn’t it be great if more people rode bikes? And if more money went to bicycle infrastructure instead of super highways? It might be easier and cheaper to fix […]
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Cycling Loses Key Member of Congress – What We Do Now

Tweet There are some topics that cross political lines. Cycling is one of them. While politicians may disagree on the laws that govern cyclists or how to best allocate resources for more cycling friendly infrastructure, everyone can agree that having more people ride bikes is a good thing.  There are politicians who are more vocal than others […]
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