Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tipping Points- Look for it in the Little Things

Sometimes when you’re looking for signs of progress towards a healthy cycling ‘culture’, it’s the little things that indicate we’re on the right track. In places where cycling for transportation is as normal as getting out of bed in the … Continue reading

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Flirtation and Play

Cycling up First Avenue, I noticed a stylishly dressed couple behind me. After a point, they passed me and joined hands. It was such a simple and brief moment of playfulness. They were at complete ease, not only with each … Continue reading

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Slow Down, We Live Here

“By the end of the 1920s, more than 200,000 Americans had been killed by automobiles. Most of these fatalities were pedestrians in cities, and the majority of these were children. “If a kid is hit in a street in 2014, … Continue reading

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