Bicycling. It’s neat, right? Those who do it like it. But how do you convince those who aren’t doing it to do it more? That’s the key demand generation problem facing cycling right now. And it’s a filthy thing, but … Continue reading →
April 12, 2012
by julie Comments Off on Minneapolis Family Bike Rodeo Alert!
In today’s moment of blatant self-interest, I direct your attention to this weekend’s Artcrank grand opening. As part of the festivities, the bike-friendly folk at Clockwork Active Media Systems are hosting a pre-party for families and kids. Part of the … Continue reading →
After another fine round of hand-wringing, the St. Paul City Council approved the Jefferson Avenue bike boulevard. This has been a victory for… well, let’s be honest here. Absolutely no one. It took four years, hundreds of traffic engineer hours, … Continue reading →
It is with sadness in my heart (really) that I offer up my Giant OCR1 for sale. It s a 44cm (S) compact road bike, featuring a TIG-welded Giant Compact ALUXX 6061 T-6 aluminum frame, and a Carbon fiber composite, … Continue reading →
I’ve been on a wee bit of a spree lately about the continual state of Defcon 11 every time there is federal hiccuping about restricting funds for Transportation Enhancements, or cutting Safe Routes to Schools, or classifying bicycles as vegetables … Continue reading →