This is a guest post by Andreas Kambanis who runs a blog, London Cyclist, about cycling and London. You can find him on Twitter here. I started commuting into work by bike in the same way I do many things in life. With little or no plan! The way I look at it is if […]
My goal in these weekly round ups are not only to highlight what was talked about here, on Commute By Bike, but across the newswire, blogosphere and maybe even in my shop. As long as it is about commuting, it may find its way here. Bike Centric notifies us that the Bicycle Film Festival is […]
My goal in these weekly round ups are not only to highlight what was talked about here, on Commute By Bike, but across the newswire, blogosphere and maybe even in my shop. As long as it is about commuting, it may find its way here. Outside Magazine has an article on Bike Commuting 101. Bike […]
A reader, See Wah, wrote in to tell us about his new cycle commute route database he built up. I am a software developer who commutes to work in London, U. everyday. Previousl. I have use. different route planners online (e.g. the pretty goo. http://www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/cycling/11598.aspx. but the. tend to take you down some obscur. sidestreets, which may or may not be […]
Washington D.C – Earlier tonight 6 organiziations and individuals were awarded a 2009 Advocacy Award from the Alliance for Biking & Walking (formerly The Thunderhead Alliance.) Below is the press released emailed to us tonight. Washington Area Bicyclist Association(WABA), is being honored with the 2009 Advocacy Organization of the Year Award for its progress advancing […]
One word: Friction! I just posted an article about friction shifting over on Blue Collar Mountain Biking, another Crooked Cog Network site. If you are commuting through snowy, slushy, or just plain cold weather, it might help you out. You can check it out here.