So, you ride your bike to work. You feel good because you are saving money in gas, you are not polluting and you are in better shape and mood (I can go on and on..). One of the great things about being a Commute by Bike blogger is that I can convey my ideas and […]
Archive for August, 2006
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (www.sfbike.org), revived 16 years ago by disgruntled cyclists, has emerged as one of the most potent political forces in the city. The organization, founded in 1970, went into hibernation through the 1980s and was reborn in 1990. Now — with a paid membership of 5,800 and its top executive sitting […]
Check out this Crazy Canadian Councillor… Cyclists using the bike lanes on Cosburn Ave. may soon have to find a new route if one local councillor has his way. The bike lanes have been in place since late 2004, now Toronto-Danforth Councillor Case Ootes wants to poll residents in the area around Broadview and Coxwell […]
For those times that we have to drive: 1. I will drive less, putting less traffic on the roads in my community.Without this component, the other pledges are smoke with no fire. We’ll look at all the transportation options available to us, planning our car trips ahead of time to minimize milk (beer/video/diaper/whatever) runs. Reductions […]
So what does this have to do with cycling you ask. Well, besides the Bicycle deck of cards. NOTHING!!!
THIS picture reveals the true extent of Edinburgh’s soaring bike theft problem as hundreds are stockpiled in a police warehouse. The stolen bikes will lie in the Fettes storage unit for four months before being auctioned off if their owners don’t come forward to claim them. The youngsters, aged 15 and 16, are accused of […]
Beer Pong was the choice of entertainment last night. But as 2:30 am came along, we decided to leave because plans were made to hit the Stony Creek Trail early the next morning. We were supposed to meet right at 6:00 am. That meant having to get up at 5:30. I can’t believe I did […]
Now THAT’S talent!
So does anyone have any interesting bike plans for the weekend? A few friends and I are planning to hit Stony Creek Trail again. Hopefully no one backs out this time.
As I browse thru CraigsList Bike Listings, (I’m still looking for a cheap fixie) there are a lot of people selling bikes for ‘Burning Man’. So, since I live under a rock, I had to find out what the heck ‘Burning Man’ is and its relationship with bikes. The Quick definition of Burning man is […]