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New Belgium Urban Assault Ride

The New Belgium Urban Assault Rides resemble Alley Cats that messengers put on, but maybe with more law abiding participants. You go between check points and do various task or obstacles across your city. In a nutshell, teams of 2 have to ride to various checkpoints around town. They can pick any route they like [...]

Active Community Transportation Act

This was found in my email this morning from our local Safe Routes to School Coordinator, Dick Winters. Many of you may already know that 76,000 Americans have been hit by cars while walking or biking in their communities in the last 15 years.  That’s because most of America’s roads are designed for cars – [...]

National Bike Summit Roundup

Last week was the National Bike Summit in Washington D.C. .  Due to being in rainy Florida, I couldn’t attend.  I’ve tried to list the best round up from across the web that I could find for all of you that may not have been keeping up with minute by minute happenings. Round up across [...]

Q&A : Bike Lights

A reader wrote in asking questions about lights, read his question and then my personal answer.. From there, I turn the table to you all, what do you think he could do to avoid cars pulling out? Q: I wanted to get your input on lights/ being seen. Most of my morning commute is in the [...]

Update from League of American Bicyclist

If you aren’t signed up for the League of American Bicyclist email list, you should sign up now..  Incase you don’t, here are some things that peaked my interest from the latest newsletter The State of the Union speech has been given, the budget has been introduced, and now Congress and our state legislatures are [...]

Severe Winter Weather Advisory

Our guest writer today is Doug Rozelman.  He is a co-worker of mine and an avid cyclist.  Slo wly he is trying to learn to use his bike for daily task, and to live the cycling lifestyle.  Read his first post Why I Go By Bike for good background on his commuting. As irony would [...]