Within the Commute By Bike family, we have people from different parts of the country with different likes and dislikes. This allows us to share a more extensive point of view about riding. We have RL, Moe, and the Bike Princess Priscilla from the Golden State CA; JJ from the Peach State GA; Nick from […]
Archive for June, 2006
The Coneheads are back!
Help keep our children safe. Please ensure that they wear their helmets when riding their bikes. Reducing your risk of sports-related head injuries this summer is easy: always wear protective headgear. Wearing a bicycle helmet has been shown to reduce serious head injuries by 85 percent. Wearing a safety helmet when playing summer sports is […]
I’ll be riding the Southern California LiveStrong Challenge tomorrow. I chose the century to ride in support of Bobby Granger, my brother-in-law. Unfortunately he lost his battle with cancer in March. I will be riding in Bobby’s, my aunt Lupe’s and my uncle Meo’s memory. They were all victims of this incurable disease. I would […]
If you think the problems facing the world’s exploding cities are insurmountable then you need to spend a few hours on a bike alongside the former mayor of Bogota. That’s how I spent Thursday afternoon, and it left me with new hope for the global south, not to mention the bloated ‘burbs of Greater Vancouver. […]
Millions of dollars are going to fund improvements in the Indianapolis area. Some of the money is going to make bicyclists happy. Thanks to a $500,000 grant awarded by the Indiana Department of Transportation a new bicycle initiative will take place. The federal money will be spent to support bike lanes, bike racks, a bike […]