It’s a good thing that more stakeholders are now being drawn into the discussion, right? Or does it carry the risk that the media’s reductive tendencies will paint the various sides of the debate into grotesque caricatures, such as equating cycling infrastructure to a “war on cars?”
Archive for December, 2010
For the last day or two, I can’t seem to open a browser without seeing Santas on bikes.
A new kind of bike shop is emerging; shops that specializes in commuter bikes and e-bikes.
Ask yourself: Can a politician love cycling infrastructure too much? Got your answer? Are you sure? Now watch this: That’s Marty Markowitz, the Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City. [Via Bike Blog NYC] Apparently lots of local politicians showed up to associate themselves with the “new” multi-use tunnel just opened in Sonoma County, CA. [...]
Earlier this month, an interesting preliminary study was released from France detailing cyclist behavior with data collected from the Velo’v bike share system in Lyon, France. The Velo’v bike sharing system is a very extensive system with approximately 4000 bicycles available at 343 stations around the city of Lyon. For the most part, the Velo’v [...]
You can play one of three songs on the site. But if you don’t choose a song, the menu just loops endlessly like an animated DVD menu, or a fish tank screen saver.