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Commuting Reads

Our Commuting 101 Section Featured in New Book: Go Green…

A new book by Crissy Trask is a “practical guide that details the money-saving side of greener, healthier, and simpler living.” I haven’t read “Go Green, Spend Less, Live Better” yet, but I flipped as fast as I could to Chapter 4 — “Getting from Here to There without Breaking the Bank.” The chapter begins [...]

E-Bikes Land on Mars… Hill

Remember learning about that guy a century ago who thought there were canals on Mars, built by an intelligent alien civilization? That was Percival Lowell. And remember all those crybabies who took it so hard when Pluto was demoted down from being a real planet to being a mere “dwarf planet?” Those crybabies were the [...]

A car site talks sense about cyclists. We’ve infiltrated the beast!

Carbuzz.co.uk is a UK-based a car research site, which momentarily lost command of their senses and published “What drivers can do to be more cyclist aware.” One of the authors is Chris Gidney, “a keen cyclist and technician at SRAM.” Carlton Reid also has some of his fingerprints on this. It’s hard to imagine a [...]

The Blue Ocean Trilogy: Cycling for the Other 90% of Us

We often ask, What is keeping more people from riding bikes? Mark Sanders’ answer: The Cycling Industry.

Photos and Stories of New Orleans’ Bicycle Culture

Everyone who rides falls in love with their bikes. It seemed to me that the people in New Orleans fall a bit harder for their bikes than in other places, and I wanted to show that.

Wheels of Change: A Review

Wheels of Change, published by National Geographic, is appropriate for younger audiences and is very readable, but it is packed with enough interesting information to hold the attention of an adult female cyclist who has done her fair share of reading cycling-related literature.