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ELSEWHERE: US bike boom strongest with people over 55 (not hipsters) : TreeHugger

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The age group with the highest rate of bicycling is the 18-24 age group, but the 55+ age group is the one that has been increasing its rate fastest (by far), and it is quickly gaining ground on the … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Oregon Study Finds 94 Percent of Cyclists Stop at Red Lights

Contrary to lawless cyclist mythos, a study finds that nearly all cyclists in four Oregon cities stop for red lights. Meanwhile, according to Michael Andersen at Bike Portland, unrelated research … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Women’s Bike Summit in Kansas City

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“Women are the key to bringing change across many parts of the community,” said Sarah Shipley, the co-founder of BikeWalk Kansas City, who on May 10, 2014, hosted their first ever Women’s Bike Summit. … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Introducing the #bikeYVR Print Campaign

I love this.  What a great campaign!  Let's get on this #bikeTO! We just adore exploring Vancouver’s serene streets, separated lanes, and stunning seawall on a bicycle. The beautiful landscape and … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Why Protected Bike Lanes Matter

For anyone who rides a bike regularly, we know anecdotally that protected bike lanes make a huge difference. We feel safer. We feel welcome on the streets, navigating them calmly to get from place to … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Checking out Ottawa Bike Infrastructure, Part 3

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Here's the 3rd and final installment in the Ottawa Bike Video Postcards series.  This time it's from the Alexandra Bridge over the Ottawa River. I walked out there as Ottawa almost totally shuts … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Checking out Ottawa Bike Infrastructure, Part 2

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Hey everyone, back with another quick video postcard about Ottawa bike infrastructure.  This one is about separated bikelanes on Laurier Ave that run the length of downtown Ottawa.  They are made … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Checking out Ottawa Bike Infrastructure

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I'm in Ottawa for a few days for a conference and have started making small video postcards of the bike infrastructure I'm seeing.  Here's the first one from the Mackenzie King Bridge over the Rideau … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: North America’s Best Kept (Cycling) Secret

To give credit where it’s due, when it comes to bicycle infrastructure, the City of Montréal has consistently remained 30 years ahead of the curve. While the rest of North America was busy wasting its … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Montreal shifts gears to keep up with rising popularity of cycling

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Nothing unusual in Montreal to see hipsters, couriers and two-wheeled commuters of all ages sharing the roads. Here, they laugh dismissively when Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s pro-car administration comes … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: In SF, a bike lane between transit stop and sidewalk is working beautifully (video)

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Why don't more cities escape the curse of bus-bike leapfrogging by putting bike lanes between transit platforms and sidewalks? Though "floating bus stops" and similar designs are being used in many … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Is New York City’s bike sharing program hurting local bike shops? : TreeHugger

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When there are big changes, not everybody always wins. New York City's bike sharing program has been a success by many standards. Over 105,000 people have signed up for the annual membership ($95), or … [Read more...]

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