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ELSEWHERE: Paris plans to become ‘world cycling capital’

Paris is planning to invest €150 million to double the number of cycle paths across the city, a move it hopes will transform it into the “cycling capital of the world” and help solve the French … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Why Biking to Work is a Barrier for Most Americans


People for Bikes, a national cycling advocacy organization, has just released the results of the most comprehensive cycling survey in recent memory. The biggest take home statistics from the … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: The World’s Most Bike-Friendly Cities

Great job Montreal!  I'm gonna be in you in late May.  Looking forward to checking you out. There are lots of cities where it's good to be a cyclist, but some are truly two-wheel paradises. The … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Has Philadelphia Made A Bike Share That Can Get The Entire City Biking?


Very interesting concepts here: Ever since Washington, D.C., launched the nation’s first publicly funded bike share program in 2008, some 70 cities have followed suit, from Savannah to Seattle. And … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: How to build separated bike lanes properly

A great article on Streetsblog about Seattle's new Broadway bikelane.  THIS is how separated bikelanes should be planned and built.  Check out these amazing separation pieces: We’re bike lane … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: Calgary teacher defies legal threats to create Bike to School Day

This is so good.  Principles and school administers say "what if someone gets hurt?"... this guy went right to the school board's liability expert, who had no problem with kids biking to … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Five Fun Social Bike Rides


Explore new places, or rediscover your own town, on one of these fun and memorable social bike rides. Enjoy Car-free Los Angeles During CicLAvia. Celebrate BC Farming with the Slow Food Cycle … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: 87 Brilliant Designs For A New Pedestrian-Cycling Bridge In London


All of these are sooo amazing.  Meanwhile, in Toronto, a simple bikelane is a struggle. A new car-free landmark is coming to the British capital. Judging by the potential designs, it will be … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: A city where cyclists are mothers


In this eye-popping city full of colour, movement and noises, we have been astonished by how women navigate the streets on heavily laden bikes surrounded by honking, swerving scooters. Hanoi is home … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Survey: 100 Million Americans Bike Each Year, But Few Make It a Habit

  Many Americans have bikes at their disposal and go for a spin at least once a year, though few bike regularly for transportation, according to a survey [PDF] conducted by Breakaway … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: London is building Europe’s longest bike superhighway


Something seriously newsworthy is happening in London — and no, it has nothing to do with Lady Cora’s affair with that creepy art critic, sorry. Yesterday, London mayor Boris Johnson approved what is … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Sneckdowns show what part of the road cars actually use


From NYC (be sure and watch the video at the link): With more than two feet of snow expected to accumulate on NYC streets in the next couple of days, this city is about to get blanketed by nature’s … [Read more...]