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Pigs Can Fly & GM Is Encouraging Employees To Ride Bikes

Excuse me while I go scrape my jaw off the floor. General Motors, yes the enormous, global maker of the 4-wheeled, gas-powered vehicles we call cars, announced this week that it will begin offering a bike sharing program for its 19,000 or so employees at the 330-acre Warren Technical Center campus in Warren, Michigan. The […]

Music and Cycling: Should They Be Combined?

Is it ok to listen to music while you ride your bike?  It’s a question that’s almost as controversial as the great helmet debate.  And it’s a question that appears to never really be settled.  As long as there have been portable noise making devices and bicycles, people have been putting the two together and […]

Bicycle Face

I learned about a fascinating new topic this week thanks to Vox.  Apparently, when women started riding bicycles en masse in the 19th century, doctors coined a fictitious disease called bicycle face in an effort to scare then off from cycling.  From the Vox article: “Over-exertion, the upright position on the wheel, and the unconscious […]

unTerrifying Facts About Bicycling

This absolute gem of a video found its way to my inbox yesterday.  It’s titled “Terrifying Facts About Bicycling” and was created by BuzzFeed, the most prolific makers of lists on the Internet today. Please take the next 2 minutes to watch this video. Wow.  May I be the first to say WTF just happened […]

Do We Need ‘Science’ to Tell Us About Bike Commuting?

Well, we could probably design a study to answer that question… This week, the National Institute of Transportation and Communities (NITC) at Portland State University released an enormous study looking at protected bike lanes in Washington D.C., Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, and Portland.  The purpose of the study was to evaluate protected bike lanes to […]

Less Car More Go Documentary on Kickstarter

I don’t know what it is about cargo bikes, but they do have a funny way of getting into your heart.  I’ve had a lot of bikes comes and go from my life over the years, but there is one I miss more than any of the others and that’s my old Xtracycle. The Xtracycle […]