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ELSEWHERE: How Montreal built a bike lane by debunking the autoparkolypse


Every city that's ever considered removing auto parking to make room for a protected bike lane has been, understandably, nervous. North America's best city for biking wasn't immune. But when it was … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Cycle path fails around the world

Bike lanes work better without cars, signposts or scaffolding parked in the middle of them. Here are some of the worst examples submitted by Guardian readers from around the world Sent via … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Where People Bike and Run, Worldwide

Remember those running maps I made with limited data from RunKeeper? Strava, which also provides an app to track your … Read More: Where People Bike and Run, Worldwide Read More: Where People Bike and … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: The Who, What, Where, Why and How of Washington, D.C.’s Capital Bikeshare

For most of us, the bikesharing program is a fun way to get some exercise, a commute-shortener, or an excuse to get rid of our cars. And most of us don't give much more thought to it than that. … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Bike Expo New York 2014

Momentum Mag's fashion show is back for our 3rd year at Bike Expo New York to present the BE Chic BE NY Fashion Show. Come visit us at our booth! Read More: Bike Expo New York 2014 Read More: Bike … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: 5 ways biking is getting better in the U.S. (and one way it’s not)

If your are passionate about bikes as transportation, you'll be happy to know biking is getting a little better, all the time. Read More: 5 ways biking is getting better in the U.S. (and one way it's … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Pacers Bikeshare launches in Indianapolis this week

This Tuesday, Indianapolis officially joins urban meccas like Paris, New York and Chicago as a leading city with bikeshare. If you're in the area, head down to City Market between 4:30pm and 6:30pm on … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Seattle Adopts New Bicycle Master Plan

“The Seattle City Council has unanimously agreed to overhaul its Bicycle Master Plan, to provide separated bike lanes as well as a network of calm back-street routes known as greenways,” reports Mike … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: NYC Bike Share Riders Are Overwhelmingly 30-Something Dudes, But The Gap Is Narrowing

These maps show Citi Bike users still skew young and male. But the imbalance is improving as the streets get safer: The number of female cyclists has almost doubled in the last five years. New York … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Copenhagenize – The World’s Best Behaved Cyclists are in Copenhagen


As I highlight in this TED x Zurich talk of mine about Bicycle Culture by Design, Copenhagen has the world's best behaved cyclists. Bar none. I've cycled in close to 100 cities around the world and … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: How they did it: Angelinos win their first protected bike lane


It's a story that Tinseltown could probably make magical: a dense, diverse and car-obsessed city turns a corner and decides to redesign an eight-lane thoroughfare to be great for biking, walking and … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: DC Inspires Bike Lane Envy With Curb-Protected Cycling

The new 1st Street curb-protected bike lane takes shape. Photo: BeyondDC/Flickr Here’s a good sign that protected bike lanes are here to stay in American cities: Cities are increasingly trading … [Read more...]