Tag Archives: transportation

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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*My* Procrastinator’s Guide to Winter Bicycle Commuting

Open closet. Get dressed. Get on bike and go wherever you need to go. You may have to pedal a little slower from A to B but it’s still the best way to get there. Simple. Enjoy.

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The Long Road of Advocacy

Bicycles have always been a part of my life since the day I first learned to ride. As a kid, they offered my first taste of independence. It’s an independence that’s served me well for four decades now.  In 1989 … Continue reading

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Closing the Gender Gap

It’s not really about closing the gender gap- it’s about closing the transportation inequity gap. It’s a basic human need to feel safe – regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or economic standing. It all starts with how our streets are … Continue reading

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