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I have a friend in Chicago who regularly commutes to work on his bicycle. Needless to say, he has ridden through some pretty harsh weather. He sent me the following video that was shot last week. Waves from Lake Michigan are seen breaking on the lakefront path and washing out runners and cyclists. He isn’t […]
This Friday is Bike To Work Day. In the Washington D.C metropolitan area, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) is organizing Bike To Work Day. The goal is to register 10,000 riders and that number seems achievable, especially if it doesn’t rain on Friday morning. Over 8000 have already registered. Forty nine pit stops will be […]
I found the results of a survey that was recently taken in Arlington County, Virginia which asked the question - “What cold Arlington County do to make it easier for you to ride a bike.” Although the survey was conducted in a single county, I believe that the results would apply to most other parts […]
We live in a car centric country and it can be argued that there is no more car-focused city than Los Angeles. Some of the largest highways in the country are in L.A and no city can match the multi-lane, multi-level highway interchanges. I even found a web page dedicated to Los Angeles Freeway Interchanges.
That is […]
A New York City police car hit a cyclist after the car ran a red light and then drove away. The cops didn’t take the cyclist to the hospital, call an ambulance or even report the accident. I guess they were in a hurry to get their morning Krispy Cremes. Luckily the entire incident was captured […]« Previous Entries