Category Archives: cycling

Bike Parade

Since my blog post on Bike Shares, I have received a lot of great feedback. Many of you shared your individual stories, and explained the challenges you faced in your own community. Many of you identified that the biggest issue … Continue reading

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Bike Share for Conservatives

As a conservative, I am a huge supporter for programs like Bike Shares. I became very frustrated this week to hear members of the bike lobby begin a broad attack against conservatives this week dividing an important discussion we need … Continue reading

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Bicycle Injustice

I want to share with you another stellar example of bicycle injustice. These injustices are examples where developers, planners, architects, engineers, or plan reviewers, fail to accommodate all users. This example is located in front of a new organic super … Continue reading

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Bicycle Racks Save Developers Thousands

Now that I have your attention, I would like to push the importance of bike racks for new development. It is in the best interest of a developer to include properly designed bike parking in a development. Many times during … Continue reading

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