Bike to Vote?

Bike to Vote?

In the U.S., today is election day. Whatever one’s political leanings, the governing structure of the U.S. is based on participation, so we go out and vote. We biked to vote today, how about you? Unless you vote by absentee ballot, you’ll probably find...
Bike Commuting: Incentives

Bike Commuting: Incentives

A definition: incentive  – comes from Middle English, from Late Latin incentivum, from neuter of incentivus stimulating, from Latin, setting the tune, from incentus, past participle of incinere to play (a tune), from in- + canere to sing – as defined by my...
Get on the Bandwagon

Get on the Bandwagon

Has your state gotten on the bandwagon? Or perhaps better worded as bike-wagon? As our part of the east coast starts to pick up the pieces left by Hurricane Sandy, we have found the thoughts of sunny days returning and beautiful bike rides to be a sustaining source of...
How to Bike Commute Safely

How to Bike Commute Safely

  Born of Dream and Desire to Bike I want to be a bike commuter. I don’t want to have to sit in traffic. I want to save some more money. I’d like to lose some weight. Being able to take the train sometimes would still be helpful… But I...
City Cycling Ways

City Cycling Ways

Bikenomics? New York City’s seeing some changes, quantifiable ones too, and they’re coming from bicycling. The Wall Street Journal recently reported on the good sense of cycling and economics. The report found that in places where New York City had...

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