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Detroit and the Slow Roll (Part 2- The Ride)

My hunch proved to be correct, the guys with the cool bikes were headed to Slow Roll. As they crossed the intersection, a mother and daughter drafted into the flow.  The crew was from the Southwest side of Detroit. They … Continue reading

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Relaxed Attitudes

Noticing a lot more relaxed and upright cycling in NYC this summer. A nice trend. Keep up the good work.

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Independence Day

Let freedom ring. Pass along the love and teach someone you know how to ride a bicycle. Gently nudge them on as they find their independence. When you give kids safe space to ride, they own it. All our public … Continue reading

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Thanks Dad.

A slightly belated Father’s Day post. For all the Dads who taught their kids to ride a bicycle. Who carried them home when they were to tired to pedal anymore. Who knew the best kind of family SUV to get … Continue reading

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Signs of Life

A sign that a city’s effort to make cycling accessible to everyone is succeeding? Parents transporting their most precious cargo by bicycle from A to B. Whether it’s by cargo bike. A gentle nudge along the way. Or keeping a close watch. *** … Continue reading

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Summer Streets 2013: Families and Kids

 365 days in each year. 24 hours in each day. Three days out of of each year for 6 hours of each of those days NYC closes a nearly 7 mile portion of its streets to cars and gives them … Continue reading

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The Kids Are Alright

The eternal optimism of being a kid, when you still believe that everything you dream of is possible. Grant them the independence and freedom of bicycles and you amplify that dream. What better way is there to get where you … Continue reading

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